Law & Government

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Gale Legal Forms
Gale Legal Forms offers a wide selection of essential state-specific (and multi-state) legal forms that may be customized for the most common legal procedures.

Legal Information Reference Center
An online database designed to assist the general public in legal matters of all kinds. It includes exclusive full text for many top consumer legal reference books and thousands of legal forms.

This database offers a wide collection of free legal resources and links.  The United States Code, recent Supreme Court decisions, forms, and links to state laws are some of the many resources available

Legal Aid Services of Oklahoma, Inc.
Free civil legal assistance to eligible low-income people and senior citizens.

City of Woodward Code of Ordinances
City code of Woodward, Oklahoma.

Oklahoma Tax Commission
If you are looking for a specific state tax form or publication you can find it on this site.  You will also find links to E-file, check on a refund, access withholding tables, and more.

Internal Revenue Service
If you are looking for a specific federal tax form or publication you can find it through this site.  You will also find links to E-file, information on the Affordable Care Act tax provisions, tax scams to be aware of, what to do before the tax year ends, and more.

Oklahoma Government
Learn how to interact with the Oklahoma government, find jobs in Oklahoma, get a birth or death certificate, start a new business in Oklahoma, look up offenders, and more.

U. S. Government 
Contact government agencies and elected officials, learn about government programs that provide financial help for individuals and organizations, get information and services to help with finding and keeping a home, find out how and where to look for a new job, learn about consumer issues, learn about visiting, traveling within, and moving to the United States, find out answers to common questions about voting within the United States, and more.t

The White House
Office of E-Government and Information Technology