As mentioned previously, this site is somewhat light on information content. Good information is expensive (usually in research and writing time), so one can't always afford as much as one wants. It would be very nice to have a weekly summary of civilian carry-related news stories, for example, perhaps with some intelligent commentary. It would be nice to have a legal expert looking for and writing about court decisions about civilian self-defense, particularly with deadly force. But those require considerable time and effort from highly-skilled people.
What we can offer is links to state-specific resources, and to AACFI's own book on the subject.
Because this is a fairly small page, it's also a good place to illustrate the full structure of a secondary page on the site. The top is dominated by the navigation swash, with the page title on one side and the AACFI logo on the other. All secondary pages have this structure. Below that we have the specific content for this page. Buttons are used for navigation choices we want people to make, text links for less-favored choices. Finally, at the bottom we have "service links", local information that we think is needed on every page.