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JRN 309A - Narrative Journalism: State Government

Knowing how to search for information is the first step in non-fiction narrative writing. Possessing the skills needed to search for primary source information is critical. Below are links to sites that can provide you with that type of data.

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State Government Sources

The links below are provided for Massachusetts government agencies. If your are seeking information for other states, use some of the search strategies contained in the "Google 101" feature on this guide's home page. For example, if you are looking for data about registered sex offenders in Connecticut, try searching -  "registered sex offenders" connecticut site:.gov. The link to Connecticut's sex offender registry should be the first item in your result list.

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