New MCFS Website

I've been working on the new website for Michigan Citizens for Science. Skip Evans was kind enough to make a logo for us and install it on the page. He's a real pro at the Postnuke content management system. I think I've finally got the page where I want it in terms of look and function. We'll roll out more features over time, but it's in good shape for now. Check it out.

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Looks quite user friendly, which makes it attractive as a resource link for those interested in seeking more information about the issues involved in the case. I would suggest you develop links with the various educators associations, teachers groups, et al. They would greatly benefit from knowing there is a reliable fact-based site through which they can get the info they need.