Policy analysis of the Senate bill-1152 and its effects

This is an essay that discusses the policy analysis of the senate bill-1152. Additionally, the essay discusses the effects of the policy in addition to contributions to the policy.

Policy analysis of the Senate bill-1152

Firstly, there is part l: The Social Problem Addressed by the Policy

  1. What is/are the problem/s to be solved in the most fundamental terms?
  2. Identify what is the history of the problem/s in the United States?
  3. What are the various theories about the causes of the problem/s? Based on this, what fo you think is/are the most importance cause/s of the problem/s?

Secondly, there is part ll: The Policy Objectives, Value Premises, Expectations, and Target Populations

1. Policy objectives: overt and covert objectives. What are the stated objectives of the policy? In your judgment, what are the covert objectives of the policy? 2. What are the values underlying the policy objectives? What values are revealed by the overt and covert objectives? 3. What did the policymakers expect would be the results? Of the policy? 4. Target segments of the population at whom the policy is aimed. Also, discuss the direct ta‌‌‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍rget of the policy in terms of size and other demographic characteristics. Who are the indirect targets of the policy?

Thirdly, there is part lll: Effects of the Policy 1. Intended effects. What are the effects that lawmakers intended? 2. Unintended effects. What are the effects that the lawmakers did not forsee? Lastly, Distinguish between short-range (under 5 years) and long-range (over 5 years) effects of the policy.


Fourthly, there is part lV: 1. Changes in the distribution of material resources.

Are there any changes to the distribution of material resources, including income and other tangible benefits, as a result of the policy for direct or indirect target groups? In addition, Changes in distribution of services, rights, and statuses. Are there any changes in services, rights, or statuses as a result of the policy?

Lastly, there is part V: 1. What alternative policy/ies would address the social problem discussed in the policy analysis more effectively while advancing social justi‌‌‍‌‌‍‍‍‌‍‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍ce?