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Aftermath of Immigration Resolution in Prince William County,

9500 Liberty

In July 2007, Prince William County supervisors passed a unanimous resolution to cut down on illegal immigration. The resolution involved increasing local police enforcement of immigration laws and denying public services to illegal immigrants.

Rock the Vote: What's your excuse?,

UC Berkeley's Asian Political Association

Voting is every citizen's right, responsibility, and civic duty. Yet many people don't vote, for any number of reasons. In this "Rock the Vote" video, UC Berkeley's Asian Political Association addresses why many people say they don't vote.

Virginia School Enrollment, 2002,

Liz Moore

This graph uses US Census data to plot Virginia school enrollment in 2002. There are a number of questions and possible interpretations of graphs like this one. What does this say about students in Virginia?  Why do some types of schools have…

Voters' Rights and Responsibilities,

Virginia State Board of Elections

Every Virginia voter has specific rights and responsibilities guaranteed by the state. These rights and responsibilities are posted on the walls surrounding all polling places during every election.

Why do citizens have "rights and…

State Recognition of Indian Tribes,

Virginia Council on Indians

The Virginia Council on Indians is responsible for determining whether a tribe meets the criteria for state recognition. Currently, there are eight state-recognized tribes. Tribal recognition grants rights relating to self-government and financial…

Students Celebrate Arbor Day by Planting Trees on Mined Land,

Mike Abbott

Reforestation is an important part of cutting down on carbon emissions. Trees help absorb carbon from the atmosphere. This document describes a cooperative effort between students, Virginia government, and mining companies to reforest land that had…