factcheck.org Annenberg Political Fact Check: holding politicians accountable
nal.usda.gov/awic/legislat/usdaleg1.htm Animal Welfare Act: Animal Welfare Information Center: provides links to the Act as well as a history of the Animal Welfare Act
refdesk.com/ "fact checker for the internet"
thesaurus.reference.com/ dictionary and thesaurus
votesmart.org Project Vote Smart: research any candidate from any party and discover that candidate's voting record
.acf.hhs.gov/programs/cse/ Federal Office of Child Support Enforcement - The Child Support Enforcement Program is a joint federal, state and local partnership to ensure that parents provide support to their children
afccnet.org The Association of Family and Conciliation Courts: an interdisciplinary and international association of professionals dedicated to improving the lives of children and families through the resolution of family conflict
casanet.org/Library/adoption/naic.htm National Adoption Information Clearinghouse (NAIC) - U.S. Department Health Human Services: NAIC is a federally funded national clearinghouse that provides free, comprehensive information on all aspects of adoption.
crckids.org.htm Children's Rights Council - http://www.crckids.org/index.htm Non-profit devoted to helping kids experience the frequent, meaningful and continuing contact with two parents and extended family that the child would normally have during a marriage.
dfas.mil Defense Finance and Accounting Service:
provides information regarding military pay, including the calculation of retirement and hazard pay.
fvps.org The Family Violence Prevention Services, Inc: Battered Women and children's Shelter of Bexar County, Texas: 24 hour emergency hot line: (210) 733-8810
sbotfam.org State Bar of Texas Family Law Section
tlo2.tlc.state.tx.us/statutes/fa.toc.htm - Texas Statutes: Family Code
PUBLIC DATA SITES
capitol.state.tx.us Texas legislature
searchsystems.net/ Search Systems: directory of public records available on the web: reasonably priced
govspot.com/site/about.htm a non-partisan government information portal designed to simplify the search for the best and most relevant government information online.
thomas.loc.gov/ Research at the Library of Congress
CHIMPANZEE AND GREAT APE SANCTUARIES; LEADING ANIMAL WELFARE ORGANIZATIONS
a-p-e-s.org A-P-E-S: committed to a forever home for primates all over the country; founded by Lee Theisen-Watt, appointed to act as the Receiver for Primarily Primates, Inc. in the fall of 2005 and spring of 2006; under her leadership, neglected animals enjoyed peace, nutrition and quality of life
cefn-yr-erw.co.uk Cefn-yr-Enw Primate Sanctuary: located in the Swansea Valley in the lovely Brecon Beacons National Part area of South Wales, Cefn-yr-Enw rescues and provides a home for many types of unwanted animals, especially primates
chimphaven.org Chimp Haven: serves as The National Chimpanzee Sanctuary, its mission is to provide lifetime care for chimpanzees who have been retired from medical research, the entertainment industry or no longer wanted as pets
chimps-inc.org Chimps, Inc. was founded by Leslie Day in 1995 in Bend, Oregon; this non-profit sanctuary is now the permanent home to Emma and Jackson, formerly confined to Primarily Primates
faunafoundation.org The Fauna Foundation: Canada's premier animal sanctuary; the only chimpanzee sanctuary in Canada
hsus.org Humane Society of the United States: the world's largest animal protection organization
ippl.org The International Primate Protection League: founded in 1973, The International Primate Protection League includes a gibbon sanctuary for rescued and neglected gibbons; Shirley McGreal, Chairwoman of the International Primate Protection League has been awarded the Order of the British Empire for her service towards the protection of primates
janegoodall.org Jane Goodall Institute: founded by the world's most renowned primatologist to empower people to make a difference for all living things
neavs.org New England Anti-Vivisection Society: founded in 1895, NEAVS is
dedicated to saving animal and human lives through research
modernization by replacing animal experiments with modern alternatives
that are ethically, humanely, and scientifically superior.
peta.org People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals: with over 2.0 million members and supporters, PETA is the larges animal rights organization in the world
primaterescue.org Primate Rescue Center: provides sanctuary for neglected and abused chimpanzees and monkeys; located in Kentucky
prime-apes.org Center for Great Apes: Center for Orangutan and Chimpanzee Conservation, located in Wauchula, Florida
releasechimps.org Project R&R: Release & Restitution for chimpanzees in US
laboratories: A project of the New England Anti Vivisection Society,
Project R&R's mission is to end the use of chimpanzees in biomedical
research and testing and to help provide them release and restitution in
permanent sanctuary. While Project R&R focuses on the U.S., their goal
is for a worldwide end to harmful, intrusive, and lethal research on all
SaveTheChimps.org Save the Chimps: working tirelessly to rescue chimpanzees from heinous research facilities, most notably, from The Coulston Foundation, a biomedical laboratory with the worst record of any lab in the history of the Animal Welfare Act
wildlife-rescue.org Wildlife Rescue & Rehabilitation: Founded by Lynn Cuny in 1977, WRR provides a permanent home for a variety of mammals (e.g., wolves, bears, big cats, and primates) and non-indigenous birds and reptiles. Each year over 5,000 animals are brought to WRR, mostly from surrounding areas, but many from around the country; the majority of these were rehabilitated and released or given permanent sanctuary.