Government

Guides and General Resources

  • Federal Internet Guide — The Washington Post’s guide to the World Wide Web sites of the United States Government
  • Project Vote Smart — A project dedicated to providing objective, comprehensive information about elections, candidates and issues.

State Government

  • Mass.gov — The official web site of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, with links to the web sites of all state agencies and departments.

United States Government Resources

Executive Department

  • The White House — The White House Web Server has information about the President and Vice President, the Cabinet Departments, and various other aspects of the Executive branch of government.

Legislative Department

The Supreme Court

  • Legal Information Institute — Cornell’s Legal Information Institute provides access to Supreme Court decisions from 1990 on, indexed by topic, keyword, term and party name, with selected pre-1990 decisions by topic, as well as other information on the Supreme Court and its Justices.
  • The Oyez Project : US Supreme Court Multimedia Database — This site has many recordings of oral arguments before the Supreme Court available as RealAudio files.

Other United States Government Resources

  • Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services — Offers an extensive collection of laws, policy and procedural documents and forms on all aspects of immigration.
  • GPO’s Federal Digital System — The U.S. Government Printing Office disseminates official information from all three branches of the Federal Government.
  • FedWorld — FedWorld provides organized subject access to information from many different government agencies.
  • Grants.gov — Grants.gov allows organizations to electronically find and apply for competitive grant opportunities from all Federal grant-making agencies, over 900 grant programs offered by the 26 Federal grant-making agencies.
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