• Petitioned Stephanie Cassman

This petition was delivered to:

Lewis and Wagner Attorneys Indianapolis, IN Toll-Free: 800.237.0505
Stephanie Cassman
Lewis and Wagner Attorneys Indianapolis, IN Toll-Free: 800.237.0505
McDonald's

To resolve U.S. District Court of Southern Indiana Case #1:2012cv01883

    1. Corey Bracken
    2. Petition by

      Corey Bracken

      Indianapolis, IN

To cease and dismiss discrimination against the disabled that utilize service canines, as displayed in the youtube video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMKzaeILIb4

 

As this was the 7th time out of a total of 9 and the role of corporate liability comes into play.  I have viable threats saved in email format that has been posted on the video that I have previously removed.  I have lude commentary saved via email that was posted in fact by representatives of the McDonald’s Corporation on Twitter.  I am not the only person that has been discriminated against in this manner by this entity.

 

To:
Stephanie Cassman, Lewis and Wagner Attorneys Indianapolis, IN Toll-Free: 800.237.0505
McDonald's, Lewis and Wagner Attorneys Indianapolis, IN Toll-Free: 800.237.0505
To resolve U.S. District Court of Southern Indiana Case #1:2012cv01883

Sincerely,
[Your name]

Recent signatures

    News

    1. I was caught up for a few days with medical concerns and family matters

      Corey Bracken
      Petition Organizer

      I need as many people as we can get to sign the electronic petition, service animal awareness is something that seems to be overlooked in a vast amount of areas in our communities. People do need to be more properly informed about this topic.

    2. IT'S TIME THIS MATTER THAT IS ADVERSE TO MANY NEEDS ADDRESSED

      Corey Bracken
      Petition Organizer

      Within 48 hours we have acquired half of the initial signatures...if the supporters of this continue getting it out there than WE WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN A POSITIVE MANNER tell your family, tell your friends, tell the very next person you see about it and share the link. Let's all stop the ignorance on this topic and foremost let's stop the discrimination.

      Here is the link to the petition that I have started with the White House in Washington, D.C.

      Stand up by signing we together and only together can change this

    3. Reached 50 signatures

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    • Rachel Qualls LEICESTER, NC
      • over 1 year ago

      Corey and lots of others need their service dogs. You are not exempt McDonald's, deal with it.

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    • Marjorie Cox COLUMBUS, IN
      • over 1 year ago

      To stop discrimination against the disabled Americans!

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    • randy paddock ANCHORAGE, AK
      • over 1 year ago

      I work with the disabled, handicapped also special needs, they all deserve some autonomy in there life and less hassle, those who need service animals of any sort should still be accorded some dignity in there life..

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    • Ashley Ingle INDIANAPOLIS, IN
      • over 1 year ago

      People should not be denied to eat in a establishment just because they are disabled. Service dogs are a necessity to some and they are needed to help the disabled with basic tasks.

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    • DeLea Mowatt MANCHESTER, NH
      • over 1 year ago

      This petition is important for two reasons - first, disabilities come in all types, and not a single disabled person should have to waste their time explaining their disability to every stranger who asks. They deserve to be treated with the dignity and respect that every other citizen does. Service dogs are a valuable resource for all different types of disabilities, and it's time that people start to recognize that.

      Second, McDonald's should take the time to educate their employees. With so many jokes running around about how fast food workers are pretty much the disposable trash of the workforce, keeping them in ignorance and putting them behind a counter to make fools of themselves like this is only going to make them and the corporation they so poorly represent look worse than they do already!

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