Examples of special interest in a Sentence
promised that as governor he would never be beholden to special interests
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Cynthia hasn't been bought and paid for by special interests and won't be accepting any corporate contributions in this campaign.
Fantasy sports operator DraftKings is one of the bill’s special interests.
During the last hour of the day, Foster was wrapping up a lecture on special interest groups, which included discussing the NRA, when the fire alarm when off.
O'Neill responded by saying the Ohio Democratic Party was in the tank for Cordray and he was obviously influenced by special interest groups like the National Rifle Association.
Trade policy could be captured by special interests.
Higher turnout does make the electorate more liberal and can help reduce the influence of mobilized special interest groups.
At the same time, some Republicans have pushed back against the powerful special interest group in ways that, a month ago, seemed unimaginable.
No special interest group, no political agenda is more critical than timely passage of legislation to effectively address the gun violence issues that are rampant in our country.
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Definition of special interest for English Language Learners
: a group that tries to influence the people who run a government in order to help a particular business, cause, industry, etc.
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