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Petition published by Demetrius on Jan 23, 2009
We, the undersigned, call on the administration to let our boys grow their hair out longer, yet still keeping it clean and well... more
Petition published by melissa pritchett on Jan 19, 2009
We, the undersigned, call upon the Township of West Milford to negotiate a fair and reasonable contract with the West Milford Board of Education in order to preserve the Hillcrest Community Center and all of its... more
Petition published by morgan on Jan 18, 2009
We, the undersigned, call for the immediate shut down of Polyvore.com or the removal of all images not owned by companies Polyvore.com is directly affiliated with either through written permission from individual artists or prior and future commitments with... more
Petition published by Natasha Lyles on Jan 16, 2009
Governor Mark Sanford
Office of the Governor
P.O. Box 12267
Columbia, SC 29211... more
Petition published by Chelsea on Jan 15, 2009
By signing you are saying that you agree that classes should be kept at 8. This would make the lives of future America much... more
Petition published by Monica Church on Jan 15, 2009
We the undersigned express our desire and support for the needed funding to improve and expand the Dejohnette Commission Academy.

We find this program provides innovative educational opportunities... more
Petition published by John Pope on Jan 08, 2009
We, the undersigned, are appalled by the abolishment of Traditional Chinese in UN documents. This is an act of annihilation of the culture and history of the Chinese people.... more
Petition published by Class of St.V's 7th on Jan 07, 2009
If you sign you will be saving the... more
Petition published by lafonda on Jan 07, 2009
If u sign u will be helping the... more
Petition published by Becky on Jan 03, 2009
Sign for the rights of people everywhere all over the world.

Big Power full companies actually get away with paying there workers next to nothing. An average sweatshop worker has to work 3 months... more