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Vol. 2, No. 5, November 1, 1999 

Web Site Has Data On Nursing Homes
Washington Post Staff Writer Sally Squires desperately needed to find a nursing home bed for her 72-year-old mother. " I happened onto the Medicare site by chance and found it enormously helpful," she said.
New Immigration History Webpage Gets Award
Are you interested in finding out more about your family's history? Millions of Americans trace their history to an immigrant. Turn to the recently-redesigned Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) website. Its History, Genealogy and Education page received a Family History Favorite Award in September from " Daily News."
Worldwide, Governments Take Advantage of the Internet to Serve Citizens
Although electronic government is still some years away, governments at all levels over the world are beginning to offer more electronic services to the public, according to a recent General Services Administration report.
Consumer Publications Online
Have you seen the TV ads promoting federal publications you can buy from the Consumer Information Center in Pueblo, CO? Online you don't have to run get pencil and paper to get the details. On this site you'll find free, full text versions of the best federal consumer publications available. But if you want to order, pull out your credit card -- the prices can't be beat. Many titles are free, some are 50 cents, some cost a few dollars. Do these titles sound appealing? Being an Executor (of an Estate). The Facts about Pre-Paid Phone Cards. Changing Your Job. Can Your Kitchen Pass the Food Safety Test? 100 Questions About Buying a New Home. Buying a Used Car. OK, take a look. You'll find hundreds more.

In This Issue

Nursing Homes

Immigration History

Internet Services Worldwide

Consumer Publications Online

Back Issues

Vol. 2, No. 4, October 25, 1999

Vol. 2, No. 3, October 18, 1999

Vol. 2, No. 2, October 11, 1999

Vol. 2, No. 1, October 4, 1999

Vol. 1, No. 49, September 27, 1999

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