• Sidewalks and traffic lights
    Because pedestrians have no where to walk with tall grass each couny argues about what side or section is there's to cut. Theres no lights for safety for walkers or drivers either.
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    Created by Faith J.
  • Release All Nonviolent Offenders in disaster zones immediately!
    Easing overcrowding immediately under federal directive would... Lower risk of lawsuits related to sanitization from both inmates and employees... Allow an immediate influx of willing cleanup workers into these disaster zones... Have little to no risk of VIOLENT offense because ONLY the release of Nonviolent Offenders is called for on this petition. To understand the most basic definition of "Nonviolent Offender" https://www.bjs.gov/content/pub/ascii/pnoesp.txt
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    Created by Tracy H.
  • Amend Presidential Eligibility (Candidates Conduct and Good Moral Character Vetting)
    This is critically important as our increasingly diverse culture and divided Nation has created gaps in expectations of enforceable Standards of Ethical Conduct (as required for employees of our government's Executive Branch and every member of our Department of Defense). Leaders must exemplify agreed Standards.
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    Created by Reneé M.
  • Pressure Donald Trump to release his tax returns
    He said on the popular morning show Good Morning America that he fights “very hard to pay as little tax as possible.” His claim to wealth has also been called into question.The best way for this refusal to hurt his campaign is to get news outlets to cover the issue. Urge multiple highly popular news companies to step up their game and start seriously pressuring Donald Trump to release his tax returns.Trump is never going to release his tax returns unless there are consequences for not doing so. You have a responsibility to keep important political candidates like this honest. We demand that you start adequately covering Trump’s failure to release his returns and continue putting on the pressure until he does so. The future of the entire nation is at stake.
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    Created by shawn b.
  • Uranium is Dangerous to the Environment
    Petition on the ban of uranium should be taken seriously. Uranium is used in making nuclear bombs powerful in destruction of lives. It can easily be transported to rogue states. North Korea sells their nuclear materials for exchange of food.
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    Created by Fidel Ejim O.
  • Sign to have Comcast Air Free Speech Television on their cable network
    It is a conflict of interest to get our news from corporate-sponsored media the same entities who poisoned our water through fracking; the same industry that exacerbates global warming; the same industries that poison our air and water with BPA, C8, lead, radiation and glyphosate; the same industry that tells us our tax dollars won't cover universal healthcare. While in reality they go for perpetual war, bailing out banks, subsidizing the losses of corporations and cleaning up their messes.
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    Created by Angel S.
  • NEW SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, ENGINEERING AND MATH CABINET POSITION FOR PRESIDENT
    Politicians are rarely scientists, engineers or mathematicians. These areas progress, change and discover new things pretty much daily and are advancing in complexity. The President of the United States can impact the world today and for decades to come with decisions that they may not fully understand how these impacts will be felt. They need a STEM cabinet position to help them understand, no matter what their political party affiliation.
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    Created by Robert R.
  • Hire Robert Parry as the New Editor of the New York Times
    The New York Times has descended into poorly documented reporting, usually politically biased and often hysterical. It's readership has declined as a result. Restoring credibility will not be easy. In contrast, Robert Parry of Consortium News, has established over many years the concern with careful documentation that lends credibility and usefulness to news reporting. His editorship has provided readers with close examinations of evidence, very readable in-depth summaries of many areas of news, and a variety of articles of great interest. The simplest way for the New York Times to restore credibility would be to hire Mr. Parry as its senior editor. This would stop the flood of criticism of the NYT. Mr. Parry would endeavor to provide the same level of experienced and impartial editorship that his readers now enjoy. Readers of the NYT would enjoy a greatly improved standard of reporting, and the NYT would rapidly regain credibility and circulation. *Note: This petition is based on one originally started at Change.org by John Barth.
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    Created by Natylie B.
  • Pardon Dr. Michael Bransome
    We must honor dissenters as we honor in this case vets, and in this case because the dissenters were right, and we leave no one behind. When so many pardons are being given to convicted drug dealers, we should grant pardons to (as many) addiction experts (as possible), too. Doing the right thing is always important.
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    Created by Bart B.
  • We Refuse To Watch MSNBC untill you cover Cross-Check.
    This action should be taken so that the American People know without a shadow of a doubt that the Republican Party stole the last election to gain power. This will destroy their credibility and make it much harder if not impossible for them to do the horrible things that they plan to do. They don't represent the American people and never have.
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    Created by Daniel S.
  • Economy recovery for the poor and the middle-class
    Because we see a lot of homeless people and veterans that are suffering from mental illness and they are not getting the adequate care. We see young men and women in and out of prison for nonviolent offenses.
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    Created by Armetta M.
  • Implement Range Voting
    Third parties should not be spoilers. Voters cannot strategically vote for the candidate they like for fear that victory will go to one they do not want. For government that serves the people, not the funders, it is important to widen the discussion by breaking the two party duopoly. State of Maine has voted this into law.
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    Created by Robert V.