Read this paragraph and answer the question below.
Official government policy during the 1990's was that people who were caught driving after they drank too much alcohol would have their cars taken away for three months, or alternatively, their licenses would be cancelled. The purpose of this policy was to solve the problem of accidents caused by people driving under the influence of alcohol. At first many people thought this policy was unrealistic and could never be implemented. However, the first six months showed a dramatic decrease in the number of accidents caused by drivers who had drunk too much alcohol.
Match the stages of the policy-making process to the descriptions in the table below. Drag your answers into the table.