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Government Information

Government information includes any publications issued by local, state, national, or international governments. If you are writing a research paper, a search for government information on your topic should be an essential step in your search.


  • E-The People - Identify the officials dealing with your subject at each level of government & write an e-mail online that will be forwarded to your choice of up to three of them
  • Find People in Government - Find e-mail addresses and phone numbers of people in government, at the local, state or federal level. Also get a list of who represents you
  • - helps you find government benefits you may be eligible to receive
  • - The premier federal, state and local government site on the Internet
  • The Great American website - the citizen's guide to U.S. government resources on the World Wide Web
  • - Spells out who contributed what to whom in U.S. politics
  • (Southwest) Population Density Data by County
  • State and Local Sourcebook Online Supplement - Links to home pages for states, legislatures, major counties and cities, national associations and research organizations, and topical links for such issues as land use, public safety, waste management, etc.
  • - A government-wide web portal for college students to find ANY kind of federal service or information (financial aid, career development, education planning, consumer protection, and much MORE!)
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