Examples of interest group in a Sentence
agricultural interest groups are adamantly opposed to the bill
Recent Examples of interest group from the Web
Other plans look as though they were just written to get good grades from D.C. interest groups.
The liberal arts are not the purview of a particular ideology or political interest group.
Other interest groups have occasionally hit a speed bump of controversy.
Big bank executives are increasingly getting attacked at such meetings by interest groups that buy or borrow shares to gain access, a case in point being Dimon’s harassment at such a meeting nine months ago.
The disinformation comes in various forms: conspiracy videos on YouTube, fake interest groups on Facebook, and armies of bot accounts that can hijack a discussion on Twitter.
Davies and Shea are backed by interest groups with ties to other county officials attempting to influence the makeup of the County Board while Sartori did not accept campaign contributions.
The disinformation comes in various forms: conspiracy videos on YouTube, fake interest groups on Facebook, and armies of bot accounts that can hijack a topic or discussion on Twitter.
The party’s tab is picked up by interest groups that lobby in the Capitol — several Indian tribes that run casinos, a cigarette company, a slot machine manufacturer and a council of trade unions.
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INTEREST GROUP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of interest group for English Language Learners
: a group of people who try to influence politics or the policies of government, business, etc., in a way that helps their own interests
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