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What resources are available on the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' website?

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The Commonwealth of Massachusetts' government website has dozens of services and resources for residents, including applying for food stamps, making child support payments, getting information about divorce or marriage and requesting unemployment benefits online. The site has links to the governor's website and state offices and courts.

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On the left side of the home page is a list of the site's most requested Web pages, which include the state human resources Employee Service Center; the Department of Revenue; and the child-support page, where parents receiving and paying support can get help. Other popular pages are job listings, unclaimed property and the state health-insurance program MassHealth.

On the home page are drop-down menus under the categories of Home, Family and Veterans; Childhood and Adult Education; Healthy and Safety; Energy and Environment; and Transportation and Recreation. Other categories are Doing Business in Massachusetts; and Government, Taxes and Public Service.

The site has a search engine to learn where to apply for, renew or verify professional licenses and how to lodge a complaint against a professional.

The Massachusetts government website has links to pages that detail state spending and a review of the state budget. The front page has a list of recent blog posts by staff of various Massachusetts government agencies.

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