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Your days of surfing the Web for that specific government resource may
be over. Bookmarking the new FirstGov for Science Web site,
www.science.gov, may be the only divining rod you need. The site
provides a gateway to authoritative, timely, select science information
provided by U.S. government agencies, including research and development

From www.science.gov, users can easily find more than a thousand
government information resources, including several hundred sites for
the Department of Agriculture's Agricultural Research Service. The free
resources at the linked sites, which do not require registration,
include technical reports, journal citations, databases, and fact

FirstGov for Science is intended for the educational and library
communities, as well as for businesspeople, agency researchers, and
anyone with an interest in science and technology. Fourteen scientific
and technical information organizations from 10 major science agencies
collaborated to create the site.

CENDI, an interagency committee of senior managers of federal science
and technology information programs, provided support for the project.
Participating organizations include the departments of Agriculture,
Commerce, Defense, Education, Energy, Health and Human Services, and
Interior, along with the Environmental Protection Agency, NASA, and
National Science Foundation.


Although RMLA no longer sells the CO statute signs, here is the the Statute.
(Remember this is useful only in the State of Colorado.)