Allow first responders to attend this years 911 ceremony
  • Petitioned Michael Bloomberg

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Michael Bloomberg

Allow first responders to attend this years 911 ceremony

    1. jasmine caraballo
    2. Petition by

      jasmine caraballo

      brooklyn, NY

"It's a painful insult for many of the approximately 3,000 men and women who risked their lives, limbs and lungs on that monumental day, puncturing another hole in a still searing wound".

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Michael Bloomberg
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Michael Bloomberg.

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Allow first responders to attend this years 911 ceremony

It's a painful insult for many of the approximately 3,000 men and women who risked their lives, limbs and lungs on that monumental day, puncturing another hole in a still searing wound.
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Sincerely,

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    • Donna Rowland GERMANTOWN, TN
      • about 3 years ago

      Those who ran to help should be the FIRST to be invited, not politicians and " lawmakers from the Tri-state area who will be allowed to attend." I am so sickened by our incompetent, power hungry government officials and pray everyone gets their term limited by the people in every election to follow. Although they will never pass it into a LAW!

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    • Kelly Snover MONUMENT BEACH, MA
      • about 3 years ago

      Them not being able to attend is like slapping all of the first responders in the face. They risked their lives,limbs and overall health when they went in that day and should be honored just as much as the thousands of people that never made it out.

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    • T Miller ATLANTA, GA
      • about 3 years ago

      Why? Because how completely absurd is it that they DON'T. What a slap in the face to them for having risked their lives and saved lives!

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