Health Policy Brief -AssignmentBelow is the link for the Health Policy:https://www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/116/s3821/textPurpose: This assignment is for you to prepare a policy brief. The assignment engages you in learning about an issue and to accurately – and in a non-biased fashion — identify the policy and political issues that are central to that topic.Guidelines:· You will select a current healthcare related bill· Review the resources provided regarding preparing a one-page policy brief.· You will prepare a one-page health policy brief, often referred to as a one-page leave behind.· Your design format does not have to be exactly like any of the samples provided but must contain the same information.· For the purposes of this assignment, you will assume the role of a group of registered nurses (should you decide that this is important to include in your brief).· Your audience will be your senator and local delegate that you will be meeting with (hypothetically) soon.· The sections must be divided by headings, as you will see in the examples.· You may single-space.· The brief should be visually pleasing and easy to read.· You may want to Include bullets instead of lengthy paragraphs.· Try to stick to only one or two references. There are to be in APA format (you may single-space.*This is a sample layout. You can decide on your own design and even headings, as long as this information is provided.Title: Name and number of BillSummary· Statement of the Issue/Problem (aka introduction). This should be a brief (2-3 sentence) describing the issue.· Begin with a brief overview of the policy issue and state theproblem you hope to solve or the objective you hope to achieve.· Map where your argument will take the reader and explicitlyoutline your thesis/key point.Background & Evidence· An explanation of the problem and its significance.· Briefly explain the history of the policy issue.· Persuasively outline why your policy recommendation(s) will solve the problem or achieve the objective you highlighted in your introduction.· Use evidence from research studies, case studies, legislative experiences of other jurisdictions, reputable polling/surveys and other sources to support your perspectives and advance your credibility.Recommendation· List recommendations about what you want your senator and delegate to do.Reference(s) (of your information)NOTE: See attachments for sample and rubric.