This site, from the Governors Highway Safety Administration, provides a comparison chart of the various laws regarding the use of cell phones while driving.
Greener Buildings “is a free, Web-based resource to help companies of all sizes and sectors understand and address building design, construction, and operation in a way that aligns environmental responsibility with business success.” This site will also be useful for consumers who are interested in building a new home, remodeling or creating an addition. In the resources section, check out the backgrounders, case studies and tools.
This site, from the University of Washington School of Medicine, lists great websites and print resources on general bioethics and specific topics and cases within the field. Some topics covered include: Complementary Medicine, Physican-Assisted Suicide, Genetics, and HIV and AIDS.
This site, from the Housing Education Program, offers information to homeowners who might eventually face foreclosure. The goal is to get the information to people before foreclosure is the only remaining option. Using this site, homeowners can complete a thorough assessment of their current situation, view many different options for how to correct the situation, and see examples of letters to write to creditors.
This link from the Arkansas Department of Finance & Administration is where you can find tax forms, state tax guidance and contact information.
The Mississippi State Tax Commission has downloadable tax forms, plus lots of other helpful information.