State and local governments function much like the federal government,
but often have different powers.

You can find links to your state and local government websites at

Those sites will contain links to state constitutions, local government charters, statutes, and agencies that provide public services.

 Here are some articles on state and local government topics.

Patricia A. O'Malley

Social Policy & Programs Consulting

Training and Services for agencies working toward social and economic justice

Patricia A. O'Malley
Social Policy & Programs Consulting    ~    Community Matters
P.O. Box 97803    ~    Pittsburgh, PA  15227   ~    412-310-4886    ~
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Established 1993

How to Fix America’s Police
Abolish the blue supremacy cult.

Contact Your Legislators

Our schools are supposed to teach this stuff, but they don't want you to know it.

Right to Work is a Scam
The laws do not protect your rights.

There is No Such Thing as a Good Cop
How to Prevent Police Crime

American Education: We Need Higher Standards
We Must Require More from Our Kids and Our Schools

Pennsylvania Can Solve UPMC Charity Status Debate
What the Pittsburgh Media Won't Tell You

Brentwood Officials Are Still Covering Up Police Crimes
Jonny Gammage's Death Didn't Wake Them Up.

Your Tax Dollars at Work
Allegheny County's RAD Tax

State and Local Government