Explain What policy do you recommend for your home state?

Policy Recommendation
Based on your evaluation of the chosen policy initiative in two states, choose the best policy model that would work in your state. Construct an argument for why it is the most viable choice for your state.
What policy do you recommend for your home state? How would your policy recommendation address the problem in your state? Provide rationale for your recommendations.
Would your recommendation likely pass the state legislature and be supported by the governor in your state? If so, why? If not, why do you anticipate a lack of support with this initiative?
What will be required at the local government levels to implement this policy? Why are these actions necessary?
How will this policy initiative be funded? Federal? State? Or both? Will federal grants or waivers need to be acquired? If so, which types of grants would be necessary to implement this policy change?
V. Support of Policy Recommendation
Predict whether or not this policy would be supported by the public.
Based on state election and voting patterns, predict how your policy recommendation will fare in your home state.
Based on the institutional rules in your home state, predict how your policy recommendation will fare in this region.

1) Introduction: Policy Problem
2) Comparative Analysis, State: Political Cultures
3) Comparative Analysis, State: Local Governments
4) Comparative Analysis, State: State Legislatures
5) Comparative Analysis, State: Judicial Systems
6) Comparative Analysis, State: Geographic Areas
7) Comparative Analysis, State: Gubernatorial Powers
8) Comparative Analysis, State: Citizen Initiatives
9) Comparative Analysis, State: Referendums
10) Comparative Analysis, State: Federal Mandates, Grant Programs, Federal Court Rulings
11) Comparative Analysis, Policy: Political Cultures
12) Comparative Analysis, Policy: State Legislatures and Partisan
13) Comparative Analysis, Policy: Judicial Systems Balance
14) Comparative Analysis, Policy: Judicial Systems
15) Comparative Analysis, Policy: Geographic Areas
16) Local Governments
17) Support of Policy Recommendation: Institutional Rules
18) Support of Policy Recommendation: Election and Voting
19) Patterns Policy Recommendation: Local Government
20) Support of Policy Recommendation: Institutional Rules
21) Articulation of Response