Resources

One of the purposes of this website is to help you find and connect with available resources and information. You can browse resources based on your area of interest as a parent, student or veteran, for example.

Online resources for businesses, especially small businesses, and consumers.
Resources for people seeking information on or assistance applying for Federal Grants.
Resources for People Seeking Employment.
Online resources related to the Legislative Process: Congressional Votes, Hearings, Rules, Reports and Schedules, as well as links to general information on Congress and How Laws are Made.
Links of assistance or interest to military personnel and veterans.
Resources for members of the media seeking a Press Kit, Press Contact, or more information about the Representative.
Informational links and resources for Senior Citizens.
Online resources for use by Students, Parents and Teachers.

The U.S. Department of Justice explains it best: “The term ‘hate crime’ is defined by various federal and state laws. In its broadest sense, the term refers to an attack on an individual or his or her property (e.g., vandalism, arson, assault, murder) in which the victim is intentionally selected because of his or her race, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, or sexual orientation. Every year, thousands of Americans are victims of such hate crimes. Each one of these crimes has a ripple effect in our communities.

Links to cultural, educational, and fun attractions in Washington, DC.