• Petition to Reschedule High School Graduation for MPS Class of 2020
    This is a once in a lifetime event! Many students will not attend college, will not complete college or may face a life threatening illness or event. This is the only opportunity many will have to celebrate their academic achievements. PLEASE DO NOT TAKE THIS AWAY FROM THEM!!
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  • Support the Rights of Birthing People and Improve Birth Outcomes in Illinois
    We base our request to amend visitor policies and to reinstate doulas in addition to the birthing person's chosen partner upon a wealth of human rights legislation, the guidance of professional organizations who work to protect the rights of birthing people, and the widely documented research evidence which identifies that the physical and emotional support provided by doulas positively impacts birth outcomes.  Doulas are of particular importance to the maternity care team during this pandemic as the support they offer promotes increased rates of physiological birth that ultimately reduce the risk of exposure to COVID19 through shorter hospital stays and reduce staff burden. They also improve birth outcomes and the holistic health of birthing people and their babies.
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  • Truck Drivers Deserve Hazard Pay
    Truck Driver's make it possible for each and every person on this list to receive Hazard pay, yet they are not considered important enough by the State of Vermont to be included to be paid Hazard pay during Covid-19. 1. a grocery store; 2. a pharmacy; 3. a retailer identified as essential in Executive Order 01-20 that is open to the general public for in-person sales (not just curbside pickup/delivery); 4. a wholesale distributor making deliveries to one of the retailers listed above; 5. a waste management service; 6. a janitorial service that provides cleaning services to another covered employer; 7. an assisted living residence; 8. a nursing home (includes employees of outside contractors that provide rehab services on behalf of nursing home); 9. a residential care home; 10. a therapeutic community residence; 11. a health care facility or doctor’s office; 12. a child care facility that is providing childcare to essential workers pursuant to Executive Order 01-20; 13. a vocational rehabilitation service provider; 14. a dentist’s office; 15. a homeless shelter; 16. a home health agency (includes employees of outside contractors that provide rehab services on behalf of agency); 17. a federally qualified health center, rural health clinic, or clinic for the uninsured; 18. a program licensed by DCF as a residential treatment program; 19. an ambulance/first responder service; 20. a funeral home or crematory establishment; 21. a provider of necessities/services to vulnerable or disadvantaged populations. These men and women often have to share their vehicles with other employees and come into contact with numerous other individuals. They risk it all just so we can continue our daily lives. Tell Governor Scott and Vermont Senate to support and pay our Truck Drivers Hazard Pay during this pandemic!
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  • hazard pay
    Health care workers are getting paid $5000 a week prn,cna lpns. RNs are getting $10000 a week. in new Orleans. An $10000-$20000 a week in new York. Unknown for every where else. But truckers are risking their lifes and health to keep the economy going. They are losing pay freight dropped extremely. Some cant go home due to the virus. Something have to give. Or the next pandemic is when truckers go on strike.
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  • The Fluffy Petition: Ban ”No Pet” Restrictions!!!
    Our pets are part of our families! Sign this petition so that communities can be forced to lift their pet restrictions and allow residents to freely relocate to any location, notwithstanding having a pet! Weather you have a dog, a cat, or even a hamster, residential communities should not be able to say ”no pets,” and prevent you from enjoying your dream home by imposing such restriction!
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  • All Essential Workers Need Hazardous Pay
    The virus is asymptomatic and healthcare workers and other types of Essential Workers are being exposed. Some healthcare workers are now responsible for solely providing for their families on one income. Healthcare Essential workers are risking their lives everyday and were not tested before Governor Hogan’s mandate to be tested for Covid-19. Some nursing homes are willing to increase pay while others are not. The virus is deadly. Part time employees do not have benefits such as sick pay or medical insurance. Some healthcare facilities are still not practicing social distancing at these healthcare facilities when caring for patients. Healthcare facility essential workers are not provided with the proper PPE, such as N-95 masks. Until the facilities actually test the residents and staff, we are to work as normal when we could actually all have the virus. We should receive an extra $600 per week just like non-essential workers. Essential Workers are not just healthcare workers, but are restaurant workers, grocery store workers, Uber, Lyft, Instacart drivers to name a few. We are the Heroes sacrificing our lives for America and especially for our families and yours.
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  • In Pursuit of Justice & Equality for the Forgotten
    Due to the infectious outbreak of the coronavirus/ covid19 Florida Government Ron DeSantis has issued a State wide National Emergency for the State of Florida on or about March 9th 2020, which was subsequently followed a week later by President Donald J Trump on or about March , 16, 2020 who declared a national Emergency for the entire United States of America due to the Pandemic and Plaque of the Coronavirus disease that has spread throughout our country .As we sit here today Schools have been suspended Sports have been suspended , Small Business and Large Companies alike are being shut down or being limited to the amount of hours they can stay open due to “Social Distancing Policy.” Set out by our leaders of our country, consequently leaving our civilians, citizens & family members with no way of making income to pay for Mortgages, Utility Bills, ect. Governments on Both levels, State & Federal Have implemented 90 days grace periods that will allow people to be behind on Bills and have even created stimulus plans & contingent plans that will allow hard working people to be reimbursed for lost wages because of this hardship that has halted our economy basically leaving it stagnant. At this time as afore mentioned above the Prisoners listed below here in are Petition Captain P. Valdes of Miami Dade County Jail to grant us relief and a 90-day Grace Period to suspend all $2 substance Fees for the next 90 days. To lower Prices on all essential items on commissary to enable us to stop this infectious corona virus from spreading. As any other decision to oppose this will violate our 8th amendment right of cruel and unusual punishment and therefore will make MDC administration office cupable for any fatalities and / or Prisoners that are infected by this disease because of administrations Blatant disregard for Prisoners constitutional right and Hardship that is created by this national pandemic that you all failed to address . Thank you for the time and patience in this matter . By Benson Cadet a Prisoner at the Miami Dade County Jail This are some signatures of those affected by this situation . 1.Marvin Green 2. Shamir Mobry # 200129652 3. Sergio Cruz # 19016208 4. Marcus Etienne #160155522 5. Luis Ibarra #200121129 6. Wendell Clark #150133448 7.Daniel Camacho #190130963 8. Brandon Jones #170173974 9. Bobby Mills # 190150403 10. Tafari Dickson #170155190 11. Krishon Hedge # 180166507 12. Emmanuel Hill #200124194 13. Derefaka Mark #190160339 14. Clizue Lake # 18014426 15. Carl Emil #170154565 16. Herodoto Mathurin #200127184 17. Roberto Macaya #180167137 18. Scott Alaniz #200129676 19. Vergho Thomas #190169900 20. Martin Espinosa #200127386 21. Gabriel Bustos #200125285 22. Terrace Billingslea #190149489 23. Celestin, Stanley #200130327 24. Bellande Rony #200126664 25. Alvin Higgs #200129573 26. Deleon , Brownlee #200126531 27. Haynes Henry # 160121804 28. Edmonds Marguaze #190162840 29. Randy Williams #180136721 30.Donavan Patterson #180137344 31. Travon Lenkins #200126140 32. Antonio Dean #190159995 33. Tiandre Addison #190169677 34. Mark Finegan # 190158754 35. Patrick Varence # 200126289 36. Oreste Betancourt #190168154 37. Luis Pinada #190145266 38. Reginald A. Sales #200128044 39. Nicholas Hanks #190167348 40.Josue Banegas #190172713 41. Joseph Holder # 200128904 42. Daquarius White # 200126044 43. Robert Muina #200126245 44. Mikey Sarcia #190155632 45. Kendarius Bullard #200122033 46. Lazaro Izquierdo # 200122033 47. Juan Roman #190160330 48. Bryan Rivero # 190166389 49. Warren Rivero # 190166389 50. Benson Cadet Over 100 Prisoners' Signed this Petition This is the amount we can place ! Please sign and Share let this be seen :
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  • Allowing Boutique Fitness Facilities to Re-open in Phase 1
    As Health and Fitness Professionals and small business owners, we have drafted a document that outlines operational, class, and cleaning procedures for boutique fitness facilities that comply with social distancing guidelines as outlined by the CDC on their website. We believe our businesses are capable of staying well within the guidelines, and even exceeding them in most circumstances. As a fitness facility we contribute to the overall health and well being of many of our region's citizens. Having an outlet for physical activity allows our members to lead healthier lives, relieve stress, and contributes to their overall health and well being. Following the strict guidelines that are outlined in this document will allow us to operate our business safely, while providing our service to our clients in a manner that is far safer than some businesses currently operating as “essential.” Our operation is unique, and should be considered separately from large gyms. They have thousands of members, whereas we have hundreds. The overall health of our clients is our number one priority, and we will continue to adjust and improve on our best practices to ensure that. We believe our business to be “essential” and a contributor to the overall health and well being of our state’s citizens. Operating our business in a safe manner, while adhering to the guidelines set forth by the CDC, and our local health officials is possible. We are thankful for your time and consideration while reading the operational document (https://www.ftwrightcrossfit.com/fwcf-reopening-plan), and are available at any point to answer questions, or help in any way possible.
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  • Barber Shops & Hair Salons - Please do not open on May 20!
    This is important to mitigate the spread of the virus and avoid another spike in deaths and new cases. The beauty industry is very contact-based and hands-on. You can sanitize and disinfect tools all you want, but if the source of the virus is sitting in the chair for long stretches that virus is saturating the environment and reaching much more than the tools themselves. It puts the staff and other clients sharing the space at risk.
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    Created by K Wilson
  • Impeach Governor Holcomb
    Governor Eric Holcomb deployed State Troops on Protesters today! The Indiana State Troopers threatened to arrest Protesters and Harassed Protesters!
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    Created by Gabriel Whitley
  • DEMAND Congress Adopt Compassionate Governance
    Hopefully, the multitude of reasons why this is such a critically important action to take should be self-evident, Common Sense, well-understood by most. However, for more information go to CompassionateAmerica.org. Thank you.
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