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  • DailyMed provides high quality information about marketed drugs. This information includes FDA approved labels (package inserts).

  • This site provides reviews of Missouri backpacking and hiking trails. The information provided is primarily first hand but does include reports from others and information from trail brochures.

  • This site contains current and historical data about presidential, gubernatorial, and senatorial elections.

  • Find free coupons, printable coupons, and coupon codes.

  • Anyone interested in information on the death penalty or capital punishment issues will find this website fascinating. Here is a wealth of statistics on every aspect imaginable. There's an "execution database" that's current up and into 2009; a state-by-state section that lists such statistics such as if the state has the death penalty, its current death row population, and its total number of executions; and a huge section on murder rates. Recent legislation, sentencing and the U.S. Supreme Court also warrant their own areas.

    Note: Be aware that the nonfactual sections of this website reflect an anti-death penalty viewpoint.

  • Free online dictionary.

  • Provides help in getting off mailing lists.

  • Lists and describes the different political parties in the United States.

  • Information about disability programs, services, laws and benefits from the federal government.

  • Resources on antiques, collectibles, crafts, gifts, regional events and history.

  • This site allows users to locate and learn about nonprofit organizations in the Kansas City area.

  • Kansas City's Spanish/English bilingual newspaper.

  • has as its focus the education of the public about the thousands of prescription and over-the-counter medications sold in this country. It's continually updated with the latest drug recalls, FDA approvals, drug side effects, and drug interactions.

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