Government Information and Resources

Government is your creation, and it exists to serve citizens. The following sites may be useful in researching matters important to you.

Comment on proposed federal regulations

Information about your state and local governments in the United States

How Our Laws Are Made–Just what it sounds like: a civics project for us all.

The U.S. Department of Labor–Labor statistics, occupational safety and health, and much more.

The National Center for Research in Vocational Education can help focus your interest in apprenticeship.

The National Labor Relations Boardadministers federal labor law.

The Bureau of Labor Statistics has compiled and clearly presents a wealth of information about working in the U.S. that will inform your positions.

The House of Representatives page provides information and contacts.

The United States Senate page is a wealth of information about the institution.

THOMAS is a link to the U.S. Congress and current legislation.

Visit the White House.

The Council of State Governments bills itself as your “one-stop” source of information on state governments.

Your complete guide to the Workforce Investment Act

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