• Bring Kpop idols to Tampa, Orlando and Miami
    Because I never got to see any of them perform and it’s the closes places to where I live.
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  • Rename South Van Ness as Dolores Huerta Boulevard
    Dolores Clara Fernández Huerta is an American labor leader and civil rights activist who, with Cesar Chavez, is a co-founder of the National Farmworkers Association, which later became the United Farm Workers (UFW). Huerta helped organize the Delano grape strike in 1965 in California and was the lead negotiator in the workers' contract that was created after the strike. Huerta has received numerous awards for her community service and advocacy for workers', immigrants', and women's rights, including the Eugene V. Debs Foundation Outstanding American Award, the United States Presidential Eleanor Roosevelt Award for Human Rights and the Presidential Medal of Freedom. She was the first Latina inducted into the National Women's Hall of Fame, in 1993. Huerta is the originator of the phrase, "Sí, se puede" (Yes, we can). As a role model to many in the Latino community, Huerta is the subject of many corridos (Mexican or Mexican-American ballads) and murals. In California, April 10 is Dolores Huerta day. It is also her birthday. For more information, see doloreshuertaboulevard.org
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  • Fighting for fathers equal rights
    This cause is important because Father’s are portrayed to be deadbeat because the state takes all their money and doesn’t help enforce their visitation rights. These systems were put in place to help the people and to work for the people but instead, creates a cycle that only benefits the interest of the state. It is important and time we get our voices heard and that changes be made. Shared parenting is the best interest of the children’s. Children need both parents in their life. If you’re going to enforce Child Support Laws, then Visitation laws should also be enforced. Families need to be kept together because it can lead to many mental health issues. We need to break the cycle of fatherless homes. The system needs to put kids first. Shared parenting needs to be the default parenting plan. The OAG should not take child support to the point where it leaves noncustodial parents unable to be able to live. Im asking for help from the Texas Government to let our voices be heard. Don’t tear families apart. Parents want to be a part of their children’s lives.
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    Created by Marceaux Davis
  • Tell Washington House Republicans: Expel Matt Shea!
    An independent investigation commissioned by the Washington State House of Representatives found that Rep. Matt Shea planned and engaged in three armed conflicts against the United States government and advocates replacing the government with a theocracy and "the killing of all males who do not agree." This extremist behavior is unbecoming for a sitting state legislator. This is domestic terrorism and it must be condemned in the strongest way possible. The House Republican Caucus must send a strong rebuke of Rep. Shea by joining with Democrats to deliver a two-thirds majority required to expel Matt Shea from the legislature.
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    Created by Justin Krebs, MoveOn Civic Action
  • Put Ken Anderson in the Pro Football Hall Of Fame
    Ken Anderson should be in the Pro Football Hall Of Fame, but he isn't. Throughout the decades, dozens of fine players have been selected by the Hall's committee to be enshrined in Canton. When the Hall revealed its long-list for the Centennial Slate Finalists in 2020 last week (December 19), Bengals fans the world over were expecting Ken Anderson to be on that list. For reasons best known to themselves, he wasn't. As fans, we're often emotional about our team and the legends that play for them. But Ken Anderson's exclusion goes beyond emotion. His exclusion goes beyond reason, too. Drafted in 1971 with the 67th pick, Ken became the starting quarterback in 1972 and went onto play 16 seasons with the Bengals. He was an AFC Champion in 1980, he was a four-time Pro Bowler and an All-Pro in 1981. He was named both NFL Offensive Player Of The Year and NFL Comeback Player Of The Year in 1981. He was NFL Man Of The Year (now the Walter Payton Man Of The Year) in 1975. He was named NFL MVP in 1981. But consider these statistics that, in some cases, stood the test of time for decades: At the time of Ken's retirement in 1986 season, he held NFL records for consecutive pass completions (20), completion percentage for a single game (20 of 22, 90.9%, vs. Pittsburgh in 1974) and completion percentage for a season (70.6% in 1982), as well as the Super Bowl records for completion percentage (73.5%). He led the league in passer rating in 1974, 1975, 1981 and 1982. He was also the first quarterback to run Bill Walsh's era-changing West Coast Offense, when Walsh was offensive coordinator in Cincinnati. Ken was ranked sixth all-time for passing yards in a career at the time of his retirement. His record for completion percentage in a season stood for 27 years after his retirement (broken only by Drew Brees in 2009). He led the NFL in passing yards and completions twice, and lead the league in fewest interceptions per pass attempt three times. There are many fantastic quarterbacks whose busts are sitting in the Hall Of Fame, but some of them cannot boast Ken's achievements. Jim Kelly never held an NFL record that stood for almost 30 years. Dan Fouts was never an NFL MVP. Warren Moon never lead the league in pass rating. Ever. Quite simply, Ken Anderson deserves to be in the Hall Of Fame. Bengals fans around the world – Bengal Jim's Before The Roar, the Bengals Bomb Squad and the Bengals Trailer tailgate crews, and Bengals UK, the UK-based fangroup – have united to protest Ken's continued omission. Please sign. Let's get Ken in.
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    Created by Jim Foster
  • Recuse Senate Republicans from Impeachment Trial
    A Presidential Impeachment is a most important action in our Democracy. It must be taken seriously, impartially, and with adult candor. Failure to do so is the death knell of our Democracy.
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    Created by Glenn Ferren
  • Reschedule MDMA & Psilocybin
    Too many Americans are needlessly suffering from psychological disorders such as depression, PTSD, anxiety, and substance dependency. Science has proven that these drugs show great promise in successfully treating the above disorders, often with just a single treatment. Rescheduling these drugs would be the first necessary step toward a future where the number of our Veterans committing suicide, individuals with depression, anxiety, addiction are greatly reduced. Thank you.
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    Created by Eric Hartman
  • Parent and student school rights
    i am a parent of a student in Marion jr.high , we do not need the bed bugs brought to our homes . and the schools have done nothing about it ,as long as they let them just be in the schools they are only going to get worse , where there is one there is more . we was told its our right to keep our kid/kids home from school so they can take care of the problem and when i do i get told that it wil not be excused and i will have a truancy officer now ! this is not how you treat your students if the school is the one with the bed bug problem
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    Created by Porfidia schmidt
  • Speaker Pelosi: Please Start A Discharge Petition For H.R. 4363, For A Vote
    Americans living overseas are subject to a separate and substantially more punitive tax code than stateside Americans. This is grossly unfair. Furthermore, the United States government has demonstrated little to no concern about the well-being of its overseas diaspora. As a result, many false narratives from many sources have surfaced that mischaracterize the real situation on the ground. H.R. 4363 should layout what is really going on and set the record straight. It is vitally important Congress act on this legislation to safeguard the lives of millions of Americans abroad from financial ruin.
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  • Food Justice for CSU
    We need to focus on providing more accessible food relief for Colorado State University students experiencing food insecurity. According to a CSU survey conducted in the Fall of 2013, approximately 10% of students at Colorado State University experience food insecurity. According to a 2019 petition by social work students, 3 out of 10 students face food insecurity at CSU. Rams take care of Rams. Our community is committed to solving food insecurity. This year's Giving Tuesday, Colorado State University raised more than $100,000 for Rams Against Hunger, providing 13,352 meals for students. Our ASCSU administration is also committed to solving this crisis. We have pocket pantries that provide free food across campus. We have the mobile food pantry that comes to campus once a month for two hours where students can get up to 20 pounds of food. But the average person consumes an estimated 4 pounds of food a day. This is not enough. At this rate, students who are relying solely on the mobile food pantry do not have enough food to last a week, let alone a month. It takes more than an hour for a student to travel from the CSU campus to the Larimer County Food Bank using the city bus system. Oftentimes, students do not have the during the weekday to take an over two-hour journey for free healthy food. RamRide only runs in the late evenings Thursday-Saturday when the food bank is closed. RamRide does not have enough funding or volunteers to extend its hours so that they may bring students to the food bank. Our students without a car also struggle with carrying the weight of groceries long distances. Imagine having to carry over 20 pounds of food while walking back to your home, riding your bike, or taking the city busses. Our students need better transportation for food. Our commitment to solving this problem can continue. We need to call on the University to extend their support of our food-insecure students by funding RamRide so that everyone has increased access to healthy food. We must further show that Rams do take care of Rams.
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  • Tell USDA: Stop The Attacks on Food Assistance Programs for Hungry Americans
    The Trump Administration recently announced changes to SNAP that will cause hundreds of thousands of people to lose access to their “food stamp” benefits. SNAP, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program commonly referred to as "food stamps," is a federal nutrition program that’s critical for fighting hunger in the United States. According to Feeding America, "SNAP provides families with their basic nutritional needs to get them through temporary hard times. It helps people get back on their feet and on the road to a better life.” However, the Trump Administration has been working for the last three years to undermine SNAP as part of their agenda to limit access to public assistance programs. The newly-announced attack on SNAP is especially outrageous because Congress rejected these proposed changes to the program during the Farm Bill debate last year. The House rejected it in a bipartisan vote of 330-83, and the Senate voted down a similar amendment 68-30. But now, Sonny Perdue, Trump’s Secretary of Agriculture, is moving forward with these changes through an undemocratic “executive order” that targets very poor people struggling to work — many of whom are homeless, living in small towns and rural communities with little or no access to employment, or have health conditions that prevent them from working. Please join with us and demand that Sonny Perdue stop the Trump attacks on food assistance programs critical for fighting hunger in the United States.
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  • MASS Peaceful Protest in Washington DC
    Going to the voting booth is NOT ENOUGH !! I live in Idaho. I will be there. That is the kind of commitment we need to send this message and get results. He is the enemy of every US citizen and needs to be stopped; Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham as well.
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    Created by Danny Wallace