Need help with political science making a policy memo of 2500 words

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Imagine you are a state or city government policy adviser. The governor or city mayor has asked your boss to brief them on one of your agency's top policy priorities. You need to develop a comprehensive policy memo that will give your boss:

(1) the critical background information he/she needs on the issue at hand;
(2) analysis of the influence of the state/city legislature, the judicial system, and other state/city government agencies on the formulation and implementation of a specific policy;
(3) an evaluation of the influence that interest groups, political parties and the media have on the policy at hand;
(4) a set of options for your boss to consider regarding a path forward with all these political players (including pro's and con's for each option); and,
(5) a recommended strategy that you want your boss to present to the governor or mayor to win support for your agency's policy agenda.

To recap, your memo should:

- Clearly and concisely state the issue at hand
- Provide a summary of the current policy context / relevant background
- Analyze the influence of the state or city legislature, the judicial system, and other agencies
- Evaluate the influence of interest groups, political parties, and the media
- Present a set of options for your boss to consider, include pro's and con's for each
- Make a realistic recommendation of one of those options and provide further justification for why you are saying that option is the best.

Formatting Guidelines:

- No cover page

- Minimum length of 2500 words, but do not exceed 6 single-spaced pages.

- Include citations / sources as end notes for your memo since this is an academic exercise

-At minimum, your sources should include: one book besides the textbook, two articles from scholarly journals (i.e. Foreign Affairs, Harvard International Review), two news articles from major periodicals (i.e. Washington Post, The New York Times, The Economist), and two primary sources (public opinion polls, legislative records, speeches).-----Really, just try the best you can with the sources due to time constraint. 

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