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Explore age-appropriate information about the U.S. Government. Learn basic information about the way the government works, how it began, and how citizens can participate.
Search full-text reference books on a variety of topics or read entire travel guidebooks without leaving your computer.
Access comprehensive Oregon state government information and services.
Learn about disability benefits, Medicare, and Supplemental Security Income and how to apply for benefits.
Review accessibility guidelines and standards, technical assistance, research, and training opportunities compiled by the United States government.
Find out what health care services you can get without consent from your parent or guardian.
A comprehensive government site links to essential information, services and resources that are important to new immigrants.
To access websites and information from federal government offices or branches, search usa.gov by name, eg. copyright office, white house, congress, supreme court, department of agriculture, etc.
Look up Washington State laws, including the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) and Washington Administrative Code (WAC), constitution, and more.
Access information on Washington state voter registration, election results, and more. You can also click through to find your county's elections office.
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Find contacts for your senator or representative, get bill information, and more.
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