United States Congress: Designate a national holiday honoring America's first responders
We ask that our elected officials designate a national holiday to honor the brave professionals in the emergency response fields, including Police, Firefighters, and EMS. We’ve witnessed the bravery and heroism of these men and women time and again - running into the Twin Towers on 9/11; heading toward the sound of gunfire in Colorado, Connecticut, and too many other recent tragedies; and facing danger for our protection in every community, every day. We are now reminded of their bravery again after the tragic events that took place in Boston, Cambridge, and Watertown, MA.
We ask Congress to recognize this service and selflessness by designating a National First Responders Day for all past, present, and future first responders who put their lives on the line every day for our health and safety.
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