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Preserve NYC Employees' (Active & Retired) Healthcare

Over 240,000 people who have faithfully served New York City for decades, including through some of the most turbulent times, are now extremely vulnerable due to age and disability and are at risk of losing their current health benefits.  The latest effort to force us into a Medicare Advantage plan was halted by a New York State Court, but more attempts to renege on promised healthcare are on the horizon.  It is not just former employees who should be concerned. How long will it be before the cu

Created: 2022-03-11 Statistics

Investigation and Prosecution of Those Individuals Responsible for Crimes Against Humanity

Investigation and Prosecution of Those Individuals Responsible for Crimes Against Humanity   29 September 2021     The International Criminal Court Office of the Prosecutor Post Office Box 19519 2500 CM The Hague The Netherlands     And   Ms. Karen Mosoti, or official replacement for the office of Liaison Office of the International Criminal Court to the United Nations 866 United Nations Plaza Suite 476 New York, NY, 10017 USA 212-486-1346/47/62     Email: otp.informationdesk@icc-cpi.int   Dear

Created: 2021-09-29 Statistics

Support Airline Workers Against Mask Mandates

Dear Reader, Federal Face Mask policies and procedures, due to Covid-19, have created daily challenges in every aspect of life over the past two years. These challenges are critically impacting the Aviation Industry, especially Flight Crews, and needs to be addressed with the utmost importance. Communication is one the most crucial components in executing a safe flight and can have a detrimental effect on both crew and passengers when it is obstructed. Face masks interfere with communication bet

Created: 2022-01-11 Statistics

State University of New York COVID-19 Booster Mandate

URGENT NOTICE TO STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK ADMINISTRATION AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES  We are a group of SUNY parents, students, faculty, staff, alumni, families of prospective students, and other stakeholders within the SUNY Community (statewide) writing this urgent letter of concern to you, in consultation with expert clinicians, to request a time critical modification to SUNY’s COVID-19 booster vaccine mandate. All of us signing this letter, and especially our children who attend SUNY, have alre

Created: 2022-01-11 Statistics

Boston College COVID-19 Booster Mandate

When signing, please include your connection to BC when you sign (Alumnus, Parent, Student, Faculty, Staff, etc....) URGENT COMMUNICATION   January 3, 2022 To: Fr. William P. Leahy and executive members of the Boston College Board of Trustees Dear Fr. Leahy and friends, We are a group of over 1,000 members of the Boston College family – parents, students, faculty, staff, and alumni – writing this urgent letter of concern to you, in consultation with expert clinicians, to request a time critical

Created: 2022-01-03 Statistics

UMASS (STATEWIDE) COVID-19 BOOSTER MANDATE OPPOSITION

    URGENT NOTICE TO UMASS (STATEWIDE) ADMINISTRATION AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES  We are a group of UMASS stakeholders:  parents, students, families, faculty, staff, alumni, families of prospective students, and others within the UMASS Community (statewide) writing this urgent letter of concern to you, in consultation with expert clinicians, to request a time critical modification to UMASS's COVID-19 booster vaccine mandate. We fully understand and empathize with the difficult position the UMASS adm

Created: 2022-01-10 Statistics

We Oppose COVID-19 Injections of NC School Children

This petition is to NC DHHS (North Carolina Departrment of Health & Human Services). There is no legitimate LEGAL or SCIENCE-BASED reason to mandate that NC K-12 children must get a COVID-19 injection. Briefly, the scientific evidence is that a COVID-19 injection:      1) Does not stop a child from getting infected with the COVID-19 virus;      2) Does not stop an infected child from transmitting the COVID-19 virus to someone else;      3) Has had no longterm testing, so it's longterm conseq

Created: 2022-01-27 Statistics

New Bern Area Residents Deserve a Modern Library That Meets Current and Future Needs

The New Bern-Craven County Public Library facility was last expanded in 1992 to 26,200 square feet. In 1990 the census population of the greater New Bern area (New Bern, Bridgeton, River Bend, Trent Woods, Township 2, Township 7 and Township 8) was 64,683.  In 2020 the population was 99,267, an increase of 53.4%.  According to standards just released by the State Library of North Carolina, minimally the library should have 64,524-sf (0.65 sf per capita served).    Modern libraries, in addition t

Created: 2022-04-25 Statistics

Repeal SAPA Emergency regulations

We, the undersigned legal citizens of the United States of America, residents of the State of New York, in the interest of public health and well being of the citizenry, hereby OBJECT to the extension of the State Administrative Procedure Act (SAPA) for emergency regulations as outlined in the PHHPC Agenda for April 5,2022 in but not limited to the following sections;Section 2.13 as it relates to Isolation and Quarantine Procedures (Agenda 04.05.2022 document pages 7-11) as it is in violation of

Created: 2022-04-01 Statistics

Preserve the Educational Mission of GCC (Grove City College)

As friends of Grove City College, we write regarding recent controversies over Critical Race Theory and conversations about race at the college.    UPDATE (4.28.22) On Wednesday, April 20, a report from the Ad Hoc Committee of the Grove City College Board of Trustees was released to the public. Since the release, reaction has been strongly negative from many who signed a petition we initiated in March of this year. John Inazu, Law Professor at the University of Washington at St. Louis read the r

Created: 2022-03-09 Statistics