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11th Circuit Court (Federal) Opinions 1995-current-U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit has jurisdiction over federal cases originating in the states of Alabama, Florida and Georgia. The circuit includes nine district courts with each state divided into Northern, Middle and Southern Districts.

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Atlanta Legal Aid Society Provides legal help and representation for low income Georgians. Contains contact information for legal aid societies in metro Atlanta and other legal resources throughout Georgia and the United States.

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Bankruptcy Information from the Georgia Department of Banking and Finance. Includes forms, information on the types of bankruptcy, and credit counseling services.
Building/Construction Codes Listed by state may obtain information on building codes used and in some cases may link to state codes.

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Career One Stop U. S. Department of Labor web site for jobs.
CareerOneStop A service of the Department of Labor. Learn about different careers, find career information, and locate career resources with CareerOneStop.
Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance Database of Federal programs available to State and local governments
Child Support Georgia guidelines and worksheets
Child Support Georgia Guidelines and Worksheets
Cobb & Douglas County Public Health The Cobb & Douglas Public Health Centers provide personal health services for children, adolescents, and adults. Birth Certificates, Death Certficates, Child health, Women’s Health, Refugee services, and more.
Cobb Business License Office  the place to download forms, permits, and applications for Business Registration and special licenses.  Listings for new businesses.  Link to the Cobb County Code.   
Cobb County Adult Education Cobb Adult Education's mission is to teach adult students the literacy skills necessary to become productive, responsible, well-adjusted members of the community thus improving the quality of life for all Georgians.
Cobb County Code of Ordinances Link to Cobb County's code
Cobb County deeds real estate records 1977-present on website; older records and certified copies are available at clerk's office or by mail
Cobb County Human Resources Listing of jobs available in Cobb County.
Cobb County Law Library Links to legal forms and resources including divorce, name change, poverty affidavit child support worksheets, etc. Link to the Official Code of Georgia and the Official Code of Cobb County.
Cobb County Magistrate Court Magistrate Court (Small Claims) Forms for Collecting a Judgement, Abandoned Motor Vehicle, Garnishment and more.
Cobb County Schools CCSD is responsible for educating more than 106,000 students in a diverse, constantly changing suburban environment. Visit this website for information the schools and services they provide.
Cobb County Senior Services Get information on programs for seniors in Cobb County. Visit our Cobb Reads page for more information on the department.
Cobb County Sheriff's Department Search for inmates that are currently or have previously been in custody in the Cobb County Adult Detention Facilities.
Cobb County Tax Assessor Search for property in Cobb County by address, owner name, or parcel id.  Links to forms for real property and personal property and applications for exemptions. 
Cobb County Tax Commissioner Search for tax records, pay tax bill online, FAQs about property taxes, obtain information about delinquent taxes and tax sales including a copy of “Real Property Tax Sales Booklet”, information, information on Mobile Home taxes.  
CobbWorks CobbWorks provides access to a system of employment and education services for our community.
Code of Federal Regulations Codification of rules published in the Federal Register by agencies of the federal government. Represents fifty titles that represent broad areas subject to Federal regulation.
COMPASS: Food Stamps, Child Support, Housing Assistance, and more Visit this page for information on Food Stamps, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF), Medicaid, Child Care, WIC, Energy Assistance, Food Assistance, Child Support Services, Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services, Aging Services, Community Services Block Grant Funds, or Housing Assistance. From the Georgia Department of Human Services Division of Family and Child Services.
Construction Codes Georgia State amendments to the International Building Code
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau The consumer bureau is working to give consumers the information they need to understand the terms of their agreements with financial companies. They are working to make regulations and guidance as clear and streamlined as possible so providers of consumer financial products and services can follow the rules on their own.

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Death records search the Social Security Death index
Digital Literacy.gov The Digital Literacy portal is an initiative of the Obama Administration to serve as a valuable resource to practitioners who are delivering digital literacy training and services in their communities. As more and more jobs and educational offerings are available online, the ability to navigate the Internet is critical to participate more fully in the economy. Jumpstarted by a federal interagency working group dedicated to spurring the advancement of digital literacy across all age groups and stages of learning, the Digital Literacy portal organizes content conveniently, enables valuable discussion and collaboration among users and elevates best practices to improve the quality of digital literacy offerings. We invite users to share their content and their ideas to make the portal more robust and to fulfill its role as a destination for practitioners devoted to enhancing digital opportunity for all Americans.
Driver's License Services  Renew driver’s license online, request motor vehicle report, obtain applications for different type of licenses, download a copy of the driver’s manual or the commercial driver’s manual, motorcycle operators manual or the parent/teen driving guide

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EDGAR (Electronic Data Gathering Analysis and Retrieval) EDGAR accepts and maintains forms that companies and others are required by law to file with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).  

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FAFSA Federal Student Aid, an office of the U.S. Department of Education, ensures that all eligible individuals can benefit from federally funded financial assistance for education beyond high school. We consistently champion the promise of postsecondary education to all Americans —and its value to our society.
Federal grants, loans, financial aid arranged by topic
Federal Register The official daily publication for rules, proposed rules, and notices of Federal agencies and organizations, as well as executive orders and other presidential documents.
Federal Student Aid federal financial assistance - grants, loans and work-study programs for education beyond high school
Federal Trade Commission for Consumer Protection Information on preventing fraud and identity theft.
FEMA apply for assistance
Fulton County Daily Report Legal newspaper for Fulton County Georgia.  Gives public notices including foreclosures for Fulton County. 

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GACollege 411: Financial Aid State of Georgia help for financial aid and scholarship search including Hope Scholarship
GACollege411 Get information on financial aid, student loans, and more. From the Georgia Student Finance Commission.
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Georgia Board of Regents The University System of Georgia oversees 35 colleges and universities: four research universities, two regional universities, 13 state universities, eight state colleges, and eight two-year colleges. These institutions enroll more than 283,000 students and employ over 40,000 faculty and staff to provide teaching and related services to students and the communities in which they are located.
Georgia Code Free public access to Official Code of Georgia Annotated.
Georgia College 411 State of Georgia help for financial aid and scholarship search including Hope Scholarship
Georgia Department of Community Affairs Programs for homeownership and rental assistance along with housing options including access to a Homeless Assistance Directory by county.
Georgia Department of Education Includes standards, districts, curriculum, parent guide and calendar.
Georgia Department of Labor Find a job, find information on job training, unemployment benefits, and more.
Georgia Department of Revenue Principal tax collecting agency for the state of Georgia contains links to GTC or Georgia Tax Center for e-File and e-Pay for Sales and Use Tax Withholding Income Tax and Corporate Income Tax Return, Sales Tax Rate changes, Unclaimed property file or locate, check the status of a return or refund, Tax Guide for Georgia citizens, contact info for taxpayer advocate, tax law and policy including Georgia Revenue Rules and Regulations, etc.
Georgia Department of Revenue - forms Business and Personal tax forms for the State Georgia along with Georgia Department of Revenue telephone and email addresses.  Links to  individual, estate tax, fiduciary tax, partnership information and reporting forms, corporate income, small business (Sub-S corporation), alcohol and tobacco, motor fuel, sales and use tax, withholding tax, state tax registration and licensing for Georgia.
Georgia Families Choose a health plan and a Primary Care Provider for each member in your family who is in Medicaid or PeachCare for Kids.
Georgia Housing Search Search for rental property throughout the state of Georgia in metropolitan areas or regions and cities. Properties listed can be from private property owners and managers, public housing authorities and private landlords.  Helpful resources and tools include renter rights and responsibilities an affordability calculator. Able to search for special needs housing for the disabled. 
Georgia Peachcare Affordable health insurance is available to Georgia's uninsured children.
Georgia Relay A free public service, Georgia Relay enables people who are deaf, hard of hearing or speech disabled to communicate with anyone who uses a standard phone.
Georgia Secretary of State Search for businesses or officers registered with the State of Georgia.  Businesses may file online with the state as a profit, non- profit, limited liability, or professional business.  Links to “Professional Licensing Boards”, link to Business Resources and Information including “Doing Business in Georgia”.  
Georgia Virtual School Online courses for public, private and homeschooled students
GeorgiaOnMyLine.org A database of online and distance education programs offered through the 35 accredited institutions within the University System of Georgia.
Government Benefits Official benefits site of U.S. government
Grants.gov find and apply for federal government grants

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Healthcare.gov Learn how the health care law affects you at Healthcare.gov. The official site of the Health Insurance Marketplace. See your health insurance choices.
Homeschooling Information from the Cobb County School District

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IRS Forms and Publications The official source of IRS Products including links to previous years’ tax forms, information on where to file tax forms for both individuals and tax professionals, contact information for Taxpayer Assistance Centers, real estate & personal property auctions throughout the United States, tax fraud alerts and more. 
IRS Online Services The IRS provides you with many helpful online services, including interactive forms, calculators and tools. Resources can help both taxpayers and tax professionals including links for free efile, obtaining an Employer Identification Number (EIN) Online, pay taxes online or over the telephone and much more.

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Job Accommodation Network (JAN) The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) is the leading source of free, expert, and confidential guidance on workplace accommodations and disability employment issues. Working toward practical solutions that benefit both employer and employee, JAN helps people with disabilities enhance their employability, and shows employers how to capitalize on the value and talent that people with disabilities add to the workplace. A service of the Office of Disability Employment Policy and the Department of Labor.

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Kennesaw State University Small Business Development Center affiliated with the Small Business Administration helps new and existing small businesses part of the Georgia SBDC Network  (Small Business Development Center)
Kennesaw, Marietta, Powder Springs, and Smyrna Code of Ordinances

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Local Libraries

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Marietta City Schools Marietta City Schools (MCS) serve some 8,000 students at eight elementary choice schools—one of which is a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) Magnet—one middle school, one sixth-grade school, and one high school. Visit this website for information about these schools and the services they provide.
Medicaid As the largest division in Community Health, Medicaid Division administers the Medicaid program, which provides health care for children, pregnant women, and people who are aging, blind and disabled. New to Medicaid? Find all that you need by visiting this website.
Medicaid/Medicare Apply for Medicaid or Medicare benefits.

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Notary Public Information on becoming a public notary from the Georgia Superior Court Clerks Cooperative Authority

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Passports Obtain United States passport application online or renew United States passport online.

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Radon Test Kit Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the USA, after tobacco smoke. It kills nearly 22,000 people each year, more than 800 of them in Georgia. The award-winning Georgia Radon Education Program is a partnership funded by the US Environmental Protection Agency among the University of Georgia College of Family and Consumer Sciences (FACS) Extension Service, the Georgia Department of Community Affairs (DCA), and Southface Energy Institute to educate Georgians on actions to take to protect themselves from the risk of developing lung cancer caused by the unwelcome entry of radon gas in our homes.

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SafeLink Wireless A program providing free cell phones and minutes for income-eligible participants.
Selective Service Register, find information about the Selective Service, and learn more about the agency.
Sex offender registry (Georgia Bureau of Investigation) Search the database for convicted Georgia sex offenders by name, zip code, county, city, and address.
Small Business Administration Links to grants for starting a business
Social Security Apply for retirement, Social Security, disability, Medicare, and other benefits.
State of Georgia Health Information Get information on health services for yourself and your family, learn more about foster care and adoption, access vital records and find housing information.

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Teacher Certifications Information from the Georgia Professional Standards Commission on becoming a teacher in Georgia.

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U.S. Census Bureau Best website to find statistical data
U.S. Code U.S. Code from: Government Printing Office- laws for the United States. Can also search Code of Federal Regulations, Federal Register, Congressional Documents, Congressional Reports.
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development  Families or individuals seeking housing assistance can find basic information about home buying and rental assistance.  Resources to help  seniors and people with disabilities.  HUD forms, handbooks, publications, and grant applications. Information and resources for avoiding foreclosure. 
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
U.S. Government Catalog Catalog of U.S. Government publications
U.S. Small Business Administration The place to find information for starting and managing a business, grants and loans, and training.    
Unemployment Learn about and apply for unemployment benefits. Georgia Department of Labor.
Unemployment Benefits Apply for unemployment benefits with the Georgia Department of Labor.
United States Citizenship and Immigration Services Forms to apply for citizenship, obtain a green card, employment authorization and more. Immigration Handbook, Manual, Guidance and links to resources.
United States Congress Through the Library of Congress Website search for congressional bills, get contact information for members of the U.S. Congress, link to State Legislative web sites and more.
United States Courts Links to United States Courts along with federal forms for civil, bankruptcy, and attorney.
United States Department of Labor
United States Patent and Trademark Office Get information on patent and trademark processes.  Includes forms and filing information along with a Patent Search Database and a search for pending and registered marks.
United States Postal Service Look up a zip code by address, city or business. Information on doing business with USPS, links to forms pertaining to the U.S. Mail, links to USPS Policies and Procedures, and links to Postal Service Directives. 
United States Supreme Court Rules and information about the United States Supreme Court including opinions and recent decisions.
USA.gov USA.gov is the U.S. government's official web portal.
USAjobs.gov Find jobs and information on working for the federal government.

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Veterans Benefits The Georgia Department of Veterans Services provides information on benefits for veterans, including tax exemption.
Vital records Obtain information online for birth, death, marriage, and death records for Georgia.
Voter Registration Find polling location, application to register to vote, link to election offices in the state of Georgia, find sample ballots for upcoming elections and more.

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Weekly Cobb foreclosure notices Legal ads from the MDJ.online.com which include foreclosures
WIC Supports low-income women and children up to age 5 who are at nutritional risk by providing foods to supplement diets.
Women's Economic Development Agency in the partnership with the Small Business Administration helps women entrepreneurs form corporations.