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Government Links


    A resource for information pertaining to U.S. immigrations laws
  • Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute
    Working toward the development of the next generation of Latino leadership.
  • Cornucopia of Disability Information
    CODI serves as a community resource for consumers and professionals by providing disability information in a wide variety of areas. Areas include education, directories and databases, statistics, government documents, computer access, legal, publications, WWW, bibliographic references, aging, politics, universal design and announcements.
  • Department of Energy Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual Employees (DOE GLOBE)
    You have arrived at the Department of Energy Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual Employees (DOE GLOBE) home page.
    As part of the continuing efforts of the Department to reach out to all employees and foster diversity, the Secretary of Energy authorized the formation of the Gay, Lesbian or Bisexual Employees (GLOBE) organization on September 12, 1995. DOE GLOBE is part of the Federal GLOBE program involving 33 Federal departments and agencies, of which 20 have agency recognized GLOBE affiliates.
  • EMILY's List
    EMILY's List identifies viable pro-choice Democratic women candidates for key federal and statewide offices. EMILY's List has helped elect seven pro-choice Democratic women to the U.S. Senate, 49 to the U.S. House, and three women governors.
  • Federally Employed Women, Inc.
    Federally Employed Women, Inc. (FEW) is a private non-profit organization working as a constructive pressure group to improve the status of women employed by the Federal government and by the District of Columbia government.
    Keep up to date on immigration laws here
  • Latino Caucus
    Today, the Latino Caucus is comprised of seventeen members: four Senators and thirteen Assembly members. It is one of the most influential organizations within the State Legislature. Its membership holds strategic leadership positions and focuses primarily on improving the quality of life for working families in California. Currently, due to the changing demographics of California, it is apparent that the issues affecting Latinos in California are issues that affect all Californians.
  • League of Women Voters
    The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy.