A special interest group may be successful in getting a project approved even when the potential costs far outweigh the potential benefits because:

A special interest group may be successful in getting a project approved even when the potential costs far outweigh the potential benefits because:

they are informed voters on their special interest and will reward politicians who support their interest. or

most other voters remain rationally ignorant of the issue; thus, their opinion of the politician remains unchanged. or

the cost a single, average taxpayer must pay is less than the cost they would incur if they were to protest the project. or

all of the above.
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