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A policy instituted nationally will still affect states differently due to their gross state product, input, output, and linkages to in-state and out-of-state programs and plans.

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Regions seeking upgrades to their local economies must consider what a proposed change will do to their corresponding labor force. The inability to meet labor demands can capsize even the most ambitious public program.

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Knowing the short-term and/or long-range costs and benefits of a prospective piece of legislation can ensure understanding of the topic being studied before it can begin to affect the population or the environment.

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