From Scientific American
Be Politically Involved! Local, State, and Federal Representatives do pay attention to your letters, telegrams, phone calls and email.
Find your congressional representatives at Congress Merge
Find your state representatives by going to your state's web site. If you're not registered to vote and are eligible, voter registration information will be available here:
Not every municipality has a web site. Consult the blue pages in your phone book to call your local mayor's office, or use google to do a search.
Part of being politically involved is knowing what's going on in Congress. The links below will give you the inside information about what congress and other government agencies are doing.
Library of Congress THOMAS system find the skinny on any legislative bill in Congress. An amazing tool regularly used by anyone really active in politics (including lobbyists). The keyword search is very powerful. You can also search by Representative, Senator or Bill Number, and more. Bookmark this page!
Department of CommerceIf you don't know how many agencies that impact our daily live are under the DOC, you should.
Coastal and Marine Resources—Listing of Coastal and Marine Resources under the auspices of the Department of Commerce.
NOAA—National Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminsitration
EPA—Environmental Protection Agency
Arctic Ocean WFB Listing — Facts about the Artic Ocean
Atlantic Ocean WFB Listing — Facts about the Atlantic Ocean
Indian Ocean WFB Listing — Facts about the Indian Ocean
Pacific Ocean WFB Listing — Facts about the Pacific Ocean
Southern Ocean WFB Listing — Facts about the Southern Ocean
Other News Resources
Cascadia Times Report on the overfishing of the Bering Sea to cronyism and mismanagement
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