Protect the Health of New Yorkers from Toxic Industrial Fires

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Alisha Subervi
6 years ago
Because if you can't legally poison and kill someone without being charged with homicide, how can these companies get away with negligent homicide? We aren't disposable!

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Victoria Mary Stong /CivilRights Activist
6 years ago
Toxic chemicals and fumes kill. Please protect us by granting this petition? Thanks.

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Cynthia Cartagena
6 years ago
I'm signing because my aunt is a fire fighter and I don't want her to die!!!!

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brian powers
6 years ago
I am a firefighter and it is important that the public be protected.

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Robert Brochon
6 years ago
We need correct info at the time of the incident

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Craig Yanantuono
6 years ago
It's the right thing to do!

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Lawrence P. Quinn, Jr
6 years ago
The health and safety of the residents of North Brooklyn and the members of the firefighting force must be protected by the City of New York. All available state and federal agencies must be contacted as this could be similar to the air monitoring at the Worlds Trade Center which to this day thousands of people have serious lung and health problems

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Ricky Collins
6 years ago
We're supposed to trust our elected officials, and with events such as this is no wonder the general public has no confidence in them.

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robert moccia
6 years ago
because I am a retired firefighter that cares for my brothers & sisters when the outside world doesn't

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Martin Margo
6 years ago
I was a volunteer Long Island firefighter and am concerned with the health and safety of ALL first responders