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JT

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State Websites
« on: October 29, 2002, 07:18:52 pm »

I think we should post links to sites about the candidate states.  Maybe if we all looked at what each state had to offer then we could make semi-informed decisions.  I'll start with some links to Alaska:

Alaska Community Database
http://www.dced.state.ak.us/cbd/commdb/CF_COMDB.htm
Click on Community Information Summaries for a one-page write up on every community, complete with pictures, population, tax rate, links to local businesses, etc...

Official Alaska Website
http://www.state.ak.us/
Services, Courts, Legislature, Fish & Game

AlCanseek
http://www.alcanseek.com/
Do a search of all things Alaska (Canada too): news, employment, entertainment...


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Re:State Websites
« Reply #1 on: October 30, 2002, 09:10:37 am »

Hi JT.

There are dozens of links to places in NH in the report I wrote:
http://www.freestateproject.com/newhampshire2.htm

Also, while waiting for my daughter at the orthodontist recently, I picked up this really cool magazine called "NH To Do." Unfortunately, they don't have back issues archived on the web, but anyone interested can buy back copies, subscribe, or learn more about it at:
http://www.nhtodo.com/index.htm
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Re:State Websites
« Reply #2 on: October 30, 2002, 10:21:00 am »

Even better than the official state websites would be links to the major newspapers in the candidate states, so FSP members can get a feel for the political climate in each state.  Yahoo has an extensive list here:

http://dir.yahoo.com/News_and_Media/Newspapers/By_Region/U_S__States/

Other good resources which could be used are http://www.monster.com, to compare the actual number of posted jobs in each state, and http://www.realtor.com, to compare the number of available homes in various price ranges.  I would do this at work and post the results, but my employer would probably think I was planning to leave.........

Why not set up a separate page on the main FSP website for each of the 10 states, with the state reports and a list of relevant links?
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Re:State Websites
« Reply #3 on: May 02, 2003, 01:17:33 am »

Why not set up a separate page on the main FSP website for each of the 10 states, with the state reports and a list of relevant links?


You said it in October.  However, now it is May and we have what you ask for, somewhat..

WY has 2 state website, one up and running, and another one that is still very small

NH has a website

MT is working on a website, you can check it out

All of these can be found at the "Which State at a Glance" thread.

About links to the states.  At the end of the Wyoming Report 2, there is a link to a list of Wyoming links.
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« Reply #4 on: May 02, 2003, 10:29:21 am »

"NH has a website"

Two.

www.lpnh.org/why-nh.htm and

www.nhorbust.com

and we are very close to a third (far different from the other two - news coming soon).

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Re:State Websites
« Reply #5 on: May 02, 2003, 09:39:47 pm »

"NH has a website"

Two.

www.lpnh.org/why-nh.htm and


I know that site exists, but IMHO it is not a FSP state website.  It is a NHLP website.  It does deal with the FSP, though.
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« Reply #6 on: May 02, 2003, 10:00:48 pm »

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I know that site exists, but IMHO it is not a FSP state website.  It is a NHLP website.  It does deal with the FSP, though.

It is actually just a sub-page of the entire section of the LPNH website devoted to the Free State Project. The front page of that section is here:

http://www.lpnh.org/nh-welcome.htm
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