Your debate presentation should put forth a convincing argum

Your debate presentation should put forth a convincing argument, against the policy, based on your research. The policy is Costs of drugs in the United States as compared to other countries. Your presentation must and address: What effects will the policy change have on stakeholders? Why, or why not, is this policy important? What are the costs to stakeholders? Important issues and research to support your position. Details: Within your group, make an evaluation or judgment about the policy issue you have chosen. Then, with your co-debater, create a convincing argument, for or against the policy, based on your research. Proposition of Policy: declares that a certain policy should or should not be created. Using PowerPoint, Google Slides, or Prezi, create a presentation of your argument (approximately 5 slides plus reference slides-APA formatted). Then, using Movenote, have one person from your debate side record a video of him or herself speaking into the camera, presenting your side’s argument (this will require a webcam and microphone). This video will play over the slides. View How to Use Movenote for Your Assignment Presentation for more information about how this works and how to create. Your Movenote presentation should be 8-10 minutes. Create a transcript of your video. On your transcript, paste the link (URL) to your Movenote presentation. This is what you will submit to the Dropbox. Your presentation should be professional in appearance and tone and reflect thoughtful and meaningful application of the policy argument. Speak clearly and convincingly. You must include a minimum of (5) different scholarly works supporting your position in the debate (each side). Note that this debate will be asynchronous. There will be no rebuttal. Each side of the group will be graded on their work. Both students on a side will receive the same grade.