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  • MEDAL OF HONOR FOR JOHANNY ROSARIO PICHARDO, SERGEANT, U.S MARINE CORPS
    “I own no right to this text and is From the Foundation of Wounded Warriors” “After her graduation, in 2014, Lawrence, MA native, Sergeant Johanny Rosario Pichardo enlisted in the Marines and served with the Naval Amphibious Force, Task Force 51/5th Marine Expeditionary Brigade Pichardo was assigned to assist in the Afghanistan evacuation efforts. Immediately upon arriving in Kabul, Sgt. Rosario-Pichardo volunteered to work a security assignment that only women could do in Afghanistan – screen the women and children attempting to flee the country. Pichardo lost her life assisting two Afghan women who were being trampled by the pack of people outside the airport gates, when a suicide bomber detonated his explosive belt. Sgt. Rosario Pichardo, 25, was killed, along with 12 other American service members, and 169 Afghan civilians in the initial blast and the gunfire that followed. Pichardo’s commanding officer, Capt. Pascal DeMeo, remembers Pichardo’s final words before she attempted to help the women on the ground- “They need me, sir.” It is estimated that her actions in addition to the actions of the other servicewomen working screening in the evacuation saved over 124,000 lives in America’s largest airlift operation ever.” -As a prior 3043 within the UNITED STATES MARINE CORPS, I understand the significance of “Bullets Don’t Fly Without Supply.” This woman showed true dedication for her Marines and the care for the human race. Sergeant Johanny Rosario Pichardo’s initiative, Professionalism, and TOTAL DEVOTION to duty reflected credit upon herself and where in keeping with the HIGHEST TRADITION of the United States Marine Corps, The United States Naval Service and the United States of America
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    Created by Weston Martin
  • Reject Leasing Serenity Ridge Common Areas
    Civitas is asking us to lease our mineral rights so that they can build fracking pads near our homes and near our reservoir. Each pad contains approximately 18 fracking wells and the closest pad will be 1400 feet away from our reservoir. We strongly request that the board reject signing away our common area mineral rights. 1. We are in a time of drought and our reservoirs are projected to be below 50 percent capacity by April 2023. Each well can use approximately 580,000 barrels of water to function. The entire CAP will use ~95,120,000 barrels or ~3,995,039,945 gallons. Clean water is a precious and limited resource that must be protected. 2. Fracking releases Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Nox into the atmosphere which, when combined, produces ozone. Known health effects of VOCs, as defined by the EPA, are: - Eye, nose and throat irritation - Headaches, loss of coordination, and nausea - Damage to liver, kidney, and central nervous system - Some organics can cause cancer in animals - Some are suspected or known to cause cancer in humans. Known health and environmental effects of Nox are: - Irritation of airways in the respiratory - Aggravate respiratory diseases like asthma - NO2 and other NOx interact with water, oxygen, and other chemicals in the atmosphere to form acid rain - Creates hazy air, which is difficult to see through EPA on Nox - https://www.epa.gov/no2-pollution/basic-information-about-no2 EPA on Voc - https://www.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq/volatile-organic-compounds-impact-indoor-air-quality 3. Fracking may have a negative impact on property values and homeowner insurance policies, could increase risk of property damage, and opens the door for liabilities that are hidden and/or misrepresented.
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    Created by Zofia Kozlowska
  • Reject Leasing Beacon Point Common Areas to CIVITAS for FRACKING
    Civitas is asking us to lease our mineral rights so that they can build fracking pads near our homes and near our reservoir. Each pad contains approximately 18 fracking wells and the closest pad will be 1400 feet away from our reservoir. We strongly request that the board reject signing away our common area mineral rights. 1. We are in a time of drought and our reservoirs are projected to be below 50 percent capacity by April 2023. Each well can use approximately 580,000 barrels of water to function. The entire CAP will use ~95,120,000 barrels or ~3,995,039,945 gallons. Clean water is a precious and limited resource that must be protected. 2. Fracking releases Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Nox into the atmosphere which, when combined, produces ozone. Known health effects of VOCs, as defined by the EPA, are: - Eye, nose and throat irritation - Headaches, loss of coordination, and nausea - Damage to liver, kidney, and central nervous system - Some organics can cause cancer in animals - Some are suspected or known to cause cancer in humans. Known health and environmental effects of Nox are: - Irritation of airways in the respiratory - Aggravate respiratory diseases like asthma - NO2 and other NOx interact with water, oxygen, and other chemicals in the atmosphere to form acid rain - Creates hazy air, which is difficult to see through EPA on Nox - https://www.epa.gov/no2-pollution/basic-information-about-no2 EPA on Voc - https://www.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq/volatile-organic-compounds-impact-indoor-air-quality 3. Fracking may have a negative impact on property values and homeowner insurance policies, could increase risk of property damage, and opens the door for liabilities that are hidden and/or misrepresented.
    107 of 200 Signatures
    Created by Zofia Kozlowska
  • Reject Leasing Tallyn's Reach Common Area Mineral Rights
    *** Sign ONLY if you live in this district *** We want the Metro District Board to reject any mineral rights leases to our common areas. We are in a time of drought and our reservoirs are projected to be below 50 percent capacity by April 2023. Now, in our greatest need for water, Civitas asking us to lease our mineral rights so they can build fracking pads near our reservoir. Each Pad contains approximately 18 fracking wells and the closest pad will be 1400 feet away from our reservoir. Each well can use 580,000 barrels of water for well. The entire CAP will use ~95,120,000 barrels or ~3,995,039,945 gallons. We request that the board reject signing away our common area mineral rights for the additional reasons below. Fracking releases Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Nox which when combined produce ozone. The health effects of VOCs, as defined by the EPA, are: - Eye, nose, and throat irritation - Headaches, loss of coordination, and nausea - Damage to the liver, kidney, and central nervous system - Some organics can cause cancer in animals, and some are suspected or known to cause cancer in humans. The health effects and environmental of Nox are: - irritation of airways in the respiratory - aggravate respiratory diseases like asthma - NO2 and other NOx interact with water, oxygen, and other chemicals in the atmosphere to form acid rain - Creates hazy air, which is difficult to see through EPA on Nox - https://www.epa.gov/no2-pollution/basic-information-about-no2 EPA on Voc - https://www.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq/volatile-organic-compounds-impact-indoor-air-quality
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    Created by kevin chan
  • Reject Leasing Blackstone Common Area Mineral Rights
    *** Sign ONLY if you live in this district *** We want the Metro District Board to reject any mineral rights leases to our common areas. We are in a time of drought and our reservoirs are projected to be below 50 percent capacity by April 2023. Now, in our greatest need for water, Civitas asking us to lease our mineral rights so they can build fracking pads near our reservoir. Each Pad contains approximately 18 fracking wells and the closest pad will be 1400 feet away from our reservoir. Each well can use 580,000 barrels of water for well. The entire CAP will use ~95,120,000 barrels or ~3,995,039,945 gallons. We request that the board reject signing away our common area mineral rights for the additional reasons below. Fracking releases Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) and Nox which when combined produce ozone. The health effects of VOCs, as defined by the EPA, are: - Eye, nose, and throat irritation - Headaches, loss of coordination, and nausea - Damage to the liver, kidney, and central nervous system - Some organics can cause cancer in animals, and some are suspected or known to cause cancer in humans. The health effects and environmental of Nox are: - irritation of airways in the respiratory - aggravate respiratory diseases like asthma - NO2 and other NOx interact with water, oxygen, and other chemicals in the atmosphere to form acid rain - Creates hazy air, which is difficult to see through EPA on Nox - https://www.epa.gov/no2-pollution/basic-information-about-no2 EPA on Voc - https://www.epa.gov/indoor-air-quality-iaq/volatile-organic-compounds-impact-indoor-air-quality
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    Created by kevin chan
  • Justice for Shanquella Robinson
    To whom this petition may concern, a murder has occurred on your soil and upon discovering the victim and examined, the victim was diagnosed as no clear evidence that the victim was unresponsivedue to foul play. This kind of incompetent diagnosis on behalf of medical professionals is appalling at best. I understand that the economy is sustained in large part by the tourists who visit the country, but a life has been lost. I am appealing to the country of Cabo, Mexico to please do the right thing and pursue criminal charges and prosecution of these individuals for murder. True justice would be to have the guilty parties convicted on Mexican soil since the crime was committed on Mexican soil. This aggressive pursuit of justice for not just the wrongful death of Ms Shanquella Robinson but justice for her mother and her father who will never get an opportunity to see nor speak to her ever again would cause Mexico to be looked at in great light. Details: Arrived in Cabo, Mexico -October 28th 2022 October 29th Shanquella Robinson was pronounced dead. Mexico please work with US officials to convict those individuals who are guilty.
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    Created by Charles Chambliss Sr.
  • Save student loan debt cancellation and extend the payment pause!
    On November 11, a Trump-appointed federal judge blocked the Biden administration’s historic decision to cancel student debt for tens of millions of borrowers across the country. We demand that Republican lawmakers and other parties drop all litigation related to student debt cancellation, and we’re also urging the Biden administration to commit to indefinitely extending the student loan payment pause, which is currently set to expire in January.
    52,223 of 75,000 Signatures
  • Tell the DOJ & the FTC: Break up Ticketmaster!
    Ticketmaster is an unchecked monopoly that benefits from being one of the sole places that people can go online and purchase tickets for concerts and shows across the country. We’ve seen the worst from the site in the past few days: excessive wait times and even worse: expensive, unreasonable, and unjustified fees that Ticketmaster would quite frankly never charge if there were other companies to keep them in check. People have been calling for the breakup of Ticketmaster for years, and we say NOW is the time to do it. The DOJ and the FTC have the power to investigate and break up Ticketmaster.
    73,680 of 75,000 Signatures
  • CNN: Stop Giving Trump Free Airtime!
    Donald Trump knows how to manipulate the media into covering his speeches live—giving him valuable free airtime to spew vitriol, lies, and dangerous disinformation. News networks need to stop showing his speeches live.
    116,369 of 200,000 Signatures
  • Trump must testify and fully comply with the Jan 6 Committee's subpoena
    Donald Trump is not above the law. He must testify in front of the January 6th House Committee and provide all requested documents – and if he refuses to comply with the Committee's subpoena, the House must vote to hold him accountable.
    37 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Common Cause Picture
  • Keep Donald Trump off Twitter and Facebook
    Donald Trump uses social media to spread lies that undermine democracy and incite violence. Facebook and Twitter were right to remove him from their platforms for the good of public safety. They owe it to their users, advertisers, and the public good to stand by that decision. Don't give Trump back a platform to promote hate and violence.
    2,445 of 3,000 Signatures
  • Support Mental Health Services in Texas Schools
    THE CHALLENGE Mental health should be a priority in our schools, and needs to be addressed more proactively. There is extensive data that demonstrates how mental health challenges greatly affect academic success, not to mention a child’s overall wellbeing and development. The Texas Education Agency (TEA) states “Approximately one in six school-aged youth experiences impairments in life functioning, including impacts on academic achievement, due to mental illness.” According to the U.S. Department of Education, “Nearly all (96 percent) public schools reported providing mental health services for their students during the 2021-22 school year. However, 88 percent of public schools did not strongly agree that they could effectively provide mental health services to all students in need.” Three most prevalent limitations, identified by these schools, hinder their ability to serve their students' mental health needs: 1. Insufficient number of mental health professionals to manage their school's caseload 2. Inadequate access to licensed mental health professionals 3. Inadequate funding THE SOLUTION School social workers are uniquely trained to provide services that identify and address complex problems to meet the needs of the whole child, their family, and the surrounding community. School social workers can provide mental health support directly to students while simultaneously providing referrals and out-of-school resources, yet their services are not defined in the Texas Education Code. If passed, HB 316 will codify school social work services and helps more schools utilize social work services to assist students. Furthermore, there are no state funds allocated to school districts specifically for the provision of school-based mental health services. We implore government officials to amend the Texas Education Code to include social workers, codifying them in statute, via HB 316. AND We implore the Texas Education Commission and government officials to support allocating funds to school districts for school-based mental health services.
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    Created by Mary Richardson-Perez