We need a U​.​S. National Magical Animal!

We need a U​.​S. National Magical Animal!

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Bill Herring started this petition to U.S. House of Representatives and

Lili (age 9) has been studying our U.S. Government and our national bird (Bald Eagle) and mammal (Bison).  She thinks our nation should have a National Magical Animal too! 

It's been a pretty tough last year for her and millions of other kids and adults, and Lili believes Congress passing a law designating a U.S. National Magical Animal will provide people with a much needed symbol of hope and love. 

She also hopes it will encourage kids and their parents learn more about civics and demonstrate how they can get involved with our national government in a very real way.

Lili personally loves unicorns!  However, she thinks it would be ideal if a different magical animal is chosen each year by anonymous votes of children via their public school classrooms.  That way every year kids can vote for change they want to see in our federal government!

Please join Lili and her parents and friends in signing this online petition urging the U.S. Congress to introduce and pass a bill creating a U.S. National Magical Animal designation.  Lili wants to remind kids to NEVER enter your own personal information on the Internet - get your parents to help your family sign this petition!

And citizens of any age can write or email your own representative in the U.S. House of Representatives as well as your U.S. Senators and the President of the United States.  You can ask them directly to please support passage of a U.S. National Magical Animal law this year!

Parents can also show your support on our National Magical Animal Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/NationalMagicalAnimal) where children (and adults too!) can submit artwork depicting your choice of U.S. National Magical Animal and learn more about our campaign to get this law passed in 2021!

 

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