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Official California Legislative Information

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As of November 30, 2016,


the leginfo.ca.gov website is no longer updated


Please use the new California Legislative Information website located at
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/.


We understand that information on the leginfo website may be important to users who incorporate it for use within their
own organizations. To ensure that this change will have minimal impact to your organization, users currently linking to
http://www.leginfo.ca.gov need to change their links to instead point to
the new California Legislative Information website located at
http://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/.

Files currently available on leginfo’s FTP site (ftp://leginfo.ca.gov/pub)
are also no longer updated as of November 30, 2016. Users of the FTP site, as well as users who are “scraping” the leginfo
site to obtain data, need to use the “Downloadable Data Files” feature available on the
California Legislative Information website.

Please note that the leginfo website will remain available to serve as an archive of California’s legislative information
(1993

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American Daffodil Society | The United States Center for Daffodil Information

Welcome to the American Daffodil Society

We are an internationally recognized non-profit association of individuals, families, organizations, and universities dedicated to the encouragement of widespread interest in daffodils.

Seedling ‘Havens SH32/2’, 2YYW-Y, Best Intermediate and Gold Ribbons,
Exhibited by Dianne Mrak at 2019 National Convention.

Our membership is from 48 states and a variety of countries around the world. On our website you will find general guidelines and sources for growing and caring for your daffodils as well as information about our society and activities.

The American Daffodil Society maintains and hosts a family of daffodil websites, the main website: (DaffodilUSA), our discussion forum: (DaffNet), our free online library: (DaffLibrary), our daffodil database with photos: (DaffSeek), and our daffodil presentation website: (DaffTube). All of the free resources and information we provide on the Internet is part of the American Daffodil Society’s mission to educate the public about daffodils.

The ADS

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Employment/Labor Law – Lawyers, Attorneys, & Free Legal Information





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Virtually any issue related to a person’s employment is governed by a mix of state and federal law. Federal employment

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Criminal Law – Lawyers, Attorneys, & Free Legal Information





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Criminal convictions have long-term consequences. For someone who has been charged with a crime, whether a DUI, assault, or

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Global Information Locator Service (GILS) – making it easier to find all the information

GILS GILS logoHome | 
About |  Technology | 
Standards |  Policy | 
Index |  Search |

  • About | 
    a powerful, new way to find information
    • Overview | 
      Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) | 
      Acknowledgements | 
  • Technology  |
    technology and implementations of GILS
    • Technical Overview |
      Technical Topics |
      • SRW (Search/Retrieve Web Service) | 
        Microsoft Add-ins for Z39.50 | 
        UDDI | 
        Metadata Semantics Register | 
        GILS and Dublin Core | 
    • Products and Services |

    • Search Portals | 
      Z39.50/ODBC Gateways | 
      Commercial Software | 
      Freeware | 
  • GILS Implementations |

  • Libraries | 
    Geospatial Clearinghouse | 
    U.S. States | 
    U.S. Federal | 
  • FAQ |
    – Frequently Asked Questions about GILS technology

  • Standards |
    information about GILS and related standards
    • GILS Profile |
      FIPS 192-1 |
      FAQ | 
  • Policy |
    the law and policy perspective on GILS
    • Background | 
      Government Examples | 
      FAQ | 
  • For help finding U.S. Federal information, contact the
    Federal

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    china government, Chinese government, China government general information, the People’s Republic of China, PRC




    China
    Information and Sources:



    Chinese Government Related Information


    Note:

    This is an
    UNOFFICIAL site providing information regarding the Chinese Government
    and related topics. All the information
    published in this page is collected from both official and
    unofficial sources. All the content in this page is for your informational purpose only.


    South
    Gate of

    Zhongnanhai – Headquarters of Chinese
    Government


    Note:
    Wall Banner on the left-hand side: “Long Live the Great Chinese
    Communist Party!”
    Wall Banner on the right-hand side: “Long Live the Invincible Mao
    Zedong Thought!”



    List of Cabinet Level Agencies and


    Ministers


    Special Organization directly under the State Council


    Organizations directly under the State Council


    Administrative Offices under the State Council


    Institutions Directly under the State Council


    Administrations and Bureaus under the Ministries & Commissions



    Special Administrative Regions (Hong Kong and Macao)


    Government Related Links
    • President of People’s
      Republic of China

    The President and
    Vice-President of the People’s Republic

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    Privacy – Government Information Requests

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    Government Information Quarterly – Journal

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    Government Imposter Scams | FTC Consumer Information

    Scammers sometimes pretend to be government officials to get you to send them money. They might promise lottery winnings if you pay “taxes” or other fees, or they might threaten you with arrest or a lawsuit if you don’t pay a supposed debt. Regardless of their tactics, their goal is the same: to get you to send them money.

    Don’t do it. Federal government agencies and federal employees don’t ask people to send money for prizes or unpaid loans. Nor are they permitted to ask you to wire money or add money to a prepaid debit card to pay for anything.

    How to Recognize a Government Imposter

    Scammers pretend to be IRS officials to get you to send them money.

    IRS Imposter Scams
    Infographic

    It could be hard to recognize an imposter through the lies they tell. They use a variety of tricks to get your attention, whether it’s distracting you with a story about money you won or creating a fear that

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    Government Grant Scams | FTC Consumer Information

    “Because you pay your income taxes on time, you have been awarded a free $12,500 government grant! To get your grant, simply give us your checking account information, and we will direct-deposit the grant into your bank account!”

    Sometimes, it’s an ad that claims you will qualify to receive a “free grant” to pay for education costs, home repairs, home business expenses, or unpaid bills. Other times, it’s a phone call supposedly from a “government” agency or some other organization with an official sounding name. In either case, the claim is the same: your application for a grant is guaranteed to be accepted, and you’ll never have to pay the money back.

    But the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), the nation’s consumer protection agency, says that “money for nothing” grant offers usually are scams, whether you see them in your local paper or a national magazine, or hear about them on

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