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Use this page to research the U.S. Executive, Legislative and Judicial branches of government. This page will eventually contain links to web pages and email for the leaders of the Senate and House of Representatives. Click on the blue links to access information.
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The White House The official residence of the President and First Family.
The Senate--Senators serve six-year terms. Each state is entitled to two senators, regardless of state population.
Senate CommitteesSVAC Hearing Testimony-- United States Senate Committee on Veteran's Affairs. Hearings on Persian Gulf War Illnesses.
The House of Representatives--The House of Representatives contains 435 members, who each serve two-year terms. The number of Representatives from each state is based on the state's population. Those states with larger populations have more power in the House.House Democratic Leadership--The History Guy's page detailing the Democratic leaders in the House.
House Republican Leadership--The History Guy's page detailing the Republican leaders in the House.
The Supreme CourtJustices of the Supreme Court--This non-governmental website lets you examine the men and women who serve on America's highest court. Supreme Court Justices serve for life.
Supreme Court Decisions (by topic)--Use this site to look up decisions by the High Court by topics. (i.e. gun control, abortion, student rights, etc.)
Federal Budget and Debt Links
The National Debt Take a look at the size of the national debt. This is a non-government site.
The Budget Game A simulated budget cutting game from the University of California at Berkeley. This is a non-government site.
Federal Departments and Agencies
Department of DefenseUnited States Navy
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Executive Branch DepartmentsDept. of Veterans Affairs Gulf War Fact Sheet--Includes information on Programs available for Gulf War Veterans.
Gulf War Veteran's Homepage--Dept. of Veterans Affairs web page on Gulf War Vets.
The Federal Web Locator-- A great resource for finding almost any Federal agency on the web.
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