We can change the world and make it a better place. It is in your hands to make a difference.
Get the password for the passwords list from your teacher! The Passwords list is under the "Online Materials" dropdown menu near the top of this page. When the menu opens, select "Passwords" then enter the password for the passwords to access. If you are not able to see the list please contact the library.
Find an Executive Order that relates to your topic.
Locate a Federal Department that best fits your topic.
This guide from the University of Washington has a great list of the various departments.
USA.gov has a searchable index of Federal Government Departments and Agencies.
Explore the current administration's Cabinet.
If you come across a website that will not let you access information without a "donation"...RUN AWAY!
Reminder: Special interest groups and lobbying groups, by definition, have a specific point of view but may also have some good research information. Proceed with that in mind.
Political Non-Profits that have spent the most on elections. Can sort information by amount spent, name of the Organization, the name of the Parent Company or Organization the group works under, if applicable, and whether or not that group is tax exempt.
The 20 companies and groups that spend the most money to influence lawmakers. The title says it all.
Top Spenders. Companies and organizations that spend the most on trying to influence lawmakers.
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