Some differences between the two president’s halt insurance reform policies are no government involvement, how to pay for the reform, alphabetic reform, and there was a faster effort to get the bill from President Obama passed where President Silicon’s bill took over a year just drafting the bill. Steps to creating policy Recognizing the problem The government cannot prevent many problems from happening but they can help by recognizing the problems that follow a specific problem and create laws to help citizens. Setting an agenda The agenda will depend on the problem and the parties recognizing the problem.
Once special interests groups, the media, and political parties start espousing to an issue then the agenda is set for what needs to be dealt with. Formulation This stage happens when all the parties bring their ideas to the table and decisions are made about what ideas will move forward. Adopting Once the ideas that are chosen are finalized the policy can be adopted and a law can be passed. The law must be sign by the president or can happen when the Supreme Court makes a ruling on case. Implementing Public policies can be implemented by administrative agencies in the executive branch.
Implementation can be through tax breaks, some form Of enmeshment through fines or restrictions, or by appealing to people’s positive instincts to be helpful and do their duty as a citizen. Evaluation Policies are continually evaluated for changes that need to be made. Succeed or F-ail President Obama succeed from the mistakes and previous errors made by President Clinton. President Clinton failed. Stakeholders The stakeholders in the attempts at health care reform are the consumers, the insurance companies, and the health care industry as a whole, legislators, President Clinton and President Obama.