As of 2015, you can verify voter registration status online or by telephone through most state election boards in the United States. CanIVote.org and HeadCount.org offer online tools for checking voter registration statu... More »

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A voter can find out if he is registered to vote by simply visiting canivote.org. From there, the voter selects his state of residency from the drop down menu and follows the prompts. National Mail Voter Registration For... More »

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The National Association of Secretaries of State run CanIVote.org, a website allowing you to look up whether you are registered to vote in a particular state. This website links users to the appropriate page for each sta... More »

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The medical boards of most states provide license verification tools that allow verification of license status by license number or by the physician's full name. The American Medical Association offers an online physicia... More »

As of 2015, you can reach Poison Control in the United States by dialing 1-800-222-1222 from any telephone. The center is open 24 hours per day and assists with poison emergencies. More »

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There is a map showing telephone area codes for the United States and Canada on AllAreaCodes.com. It has a zoom function and multiple search options, making it easy for people to navigate. More »

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The telephone number for the Poison Center is toll free from anywhere inside the United States and some territories. When someone calls the Poison Center at the 800 number it connects them to their local poison center fo... More »

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