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Choose one in 55 topics below.Using your thesis statement and research, present the problem that needs to be addressed with your proposed solution. Note: Your solution, advantages, and challenges, will be in Parts 2 and 3. Write a three to four (3-4) page paper in which you: 1. Provide an appropriate title and an interesting opening paragraph to appeal to your stated audience (appeal with logic, ethics, or emotion). 2. Include a defensible, relevant thesis statement in the first paragraph. (Revised from Assignment 2) 3. Describe the history and status of the issue and provide an overview of the problem(s) that need to be addressed. This should be one or two (1or 2) paragraphs. 4. Explain the first problem (economic, social, political, environmental, complexity, inequity, ethical/moral, etc.) and provide support for your claims. This should be one or two (1 or 2) paragraphs. 5. Explain the second problem (economic, social, political, environmental, complexity, inequity, ethical/moral, etc.). and provide support for your claims. This should be one or two (1 or 2) paragraphs. 6. Explain the third problem (economic, social, political, environmental, complexity, inequity, ethical/moral, etc.) and provide support for your claims. This should be one or two (1 or 2) paragraphs. 7. Provide a concluding paragraph that summarizes the stated problems and promises a solution. 8. Develop a coherently structured paper with an introduction, body, and conclusion. 9. Use effective transitional words, phrases, and sentences throughout the paper. 10. Support claims with at least three (3) quality, relevant references. Use credible, academic sources available through Strayer University’s Resource Center.Topics 1) Should regulations be changed regarding the hydraulic fracturing of shale to produce natural gas? 2) Should taxes on people making over $250,000 a year be changed? 3) Should affirmative action laws be changed? 4) Should Transportation Security (TSA) regulations be changed? 5) Should regulations for stem cell research and use be changed? 6) Should regulations for home schools be changed? 7) Should funding for the U.S. space program be changed? 8) Should changes be made to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA)? 9) Should changes be made to the regulations for foods that are served in public schools? 10) Should changes be made to regulations for mental health drugs for minors? 11) Should regulations be changed regarding genetically altering plants and/or animals? 12) Should the Family and Medical Leave Act be changed? 13) Should changes be made to the U.S. immigration policy? 14) Should taxes on alcohol and tobacco be increased to help pay for rising medical costs? 15) Should regulations regarding the use of cell phones while driving be standardized? 16) Should recycling regulations be standardized across all regions and states? 17) Should the U.S. develop more energy sources such as ENG 215 – Appendices ©2012 Strayer University. 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ENG 215 Student Version 1122 (1118 2-7-2012) Final Page 40 of 41 solar power and wind energy? 18) Should the instant replay used in the NFL be applied to other sports? 19) Should regulations regarding payment of college athletes be changed? 20) Should minors who commit violent crimes be tried as adults? 21) Should regulations regarding public employee unions’ right to strike be changed? 22) Should child welfare regulations be changed? 23) Should changes be made to the No Child Left Behind Act? 24) Should English be made the official language of the United States? 25) Should DUI (driving under the influence) laws be changed? 26) Should the U.S. build more nuclear power plants for an energy source? 27) Should employers with 401K plans for employees be required to have an “opt out” policy rather than an “opt in” policy? 28) Should sex offender registration laws be changed? 29) Should laws governing student laws be changed? 30) Should laws governing credit card companies be changed? 31) Should laws governing nursing homes be changed? 32) Should children of parents who do not allow them to be vaccinated be allowed to attend public school? 33) Should unemployment regulations and benefits be changed? 34) Should rules requiring all members of a jury to agree for conviction be changed? 35) Should financial incentives be offered to high school students to perform well on standardized tests? 36) Should the government offer tax credits for the purchase of hybrid or alternative energy vehicles? 37) Should the U.S. Government prohibit companies from outsourcing jobs to people in foreign countries that do not have unions and / or fair labor laws? 38) Should the U.S. government provide financial assistance to people whose retirement funds were invested in the stock of companies that may have used unethical accounting practices (e.g., Enron, Arthur Andersen, ENG 215 – Appendices ©2012 Strayer University. 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ENG 215 Student Version 1122 (1118 2-7-2012) Final Page 41 of 41 etc.)? 39) Should citizens be permitted to carry a concealed weapon to their workplace (e.g., office, school, construction site)? 40) Should the U.S. Tax Social Security income ceilings for contributions be raised? 41) Should colleges and universities expel students who are caught cheating on exams and / or plagiarizing their homework assignments? 42) Should the U.S. prohibit trade with countries that have poor records on human rights? 43) Should vehicles (cars, trucks, vans, SUVs) be required to have backup cameras? 44) Should the states be allowed to determine the dates of their primary elections? 45) Should tax vouchers be provided to parents who send their children to private schools? 46) Should banks be allowed to charge fees for using Debit cards? 47) Should the U.S. require all S.S. recipients to have their checks delivered to a bank account rather than by mail? (To go into effect in 2013) 48) Should all U.S. students be required to take three years of foreign language in high school? 49) Should the state and / or federal government provide subsidies to organic farmers? 50) Should the U.S. eliminate farm subsidies? 51) Should all states require motorcyclists and passengers to wear helmets? 52) Should non-instructional services (e.g., food service, janitorial service) be provided by contract services rather than by school employees? 53) Should state and local governments provide health insurance only for retirees who have served 20 years in government service? 54) Should your state or local government enact different laws regarding certain animals (e.g., pit bulls)? 55) Should the federal government require mandatory service of all citizens between the ages of 18 and 35?