ProblemWe need the FDA to ban Juul, e-cigarettes, and other vaping devices. These products have many hidden dangers. They are made with chemicals that can harm people. Middle School children and High School children are now following the trend of vaping. These devices are so discreet that they can vape in school and disrupt the learning environment for other children. Students are putting THC into their Juul and other vaping devices and are getting high while at school and under their parents' noses. These children do not understand the risk and schools are trying to figure out how to prevent them. Juul looks like a USB drive and students can do it in the classroom without teachers knowing because students have learned to inhale and not exhale. I have heard of lungs bursting, the battery exploding in their faces, and other harmful effects. Nicotine, THC, and the other chemicals that are in these pods affect our children as their brains are not fully developed. Other countries have banned vaping,Juul, and other devices that are similar. We need to protect the health of the public and our children.SolutionHave the FDA ban and make illegal these devices. If they are not sold and the pods with all the chemicals are not sold then children will not be able to get ahold of them.Read more
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14. Recently jobs have been announced in Sui Northern Gas Pipelines LimitedRead more
private sales led to “pockets of mayhem in the suburbs”. The responding 2007 legislation put – local governments, the Department of Conservation, Federated Farmers, the Defence Force and private numerous online petitions to ban the private use of fireworks by those who have a conscience. 3,717. The fact is, more New Zealander’s want the use of private fireworks banned; thousands more than the explosives is becoming worse, the risks associated with the private use of fireworks outweigh theirRead more
Carolyn AdamsNew Zealand
Created Dec 29, 2012
Petition to Warwickshire and Solihull Bloodbikes (WSBB)
Chairman of WSBB Mark Lavery said: “Through our own enquiries we have found out that UHCW has chosen to pay a company for work we have previously done free-of-charge.“We are devastated that the NHS could make such an award without consulting us.“We have completed over 7,000 calls in all-weather conditions since we were founded in 2012 and it is estimated we have saved UHCW nearly £700,000 in that time.
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We would like to be consulted for discussion with regards to why this decision to outsource the service was made and why when Warwickshire & Solihull Blood Bikes are a team of 80 volunteer rider and drivers who are dedicated to providing a weekday out of hours service and 24/7 weekend and Bank holiday cover supporting the NHS in transporting essential Plasma, Tissue Samples, Spinal fluids, X-Rays, Licensed drugs and any other products than can be carried safely on a motorcycle to hospitals throughout the Warwickshire & Solihull area.
Blood bikes Britain in 2017 had 3,372 volunteers, 31 member groups and did 73,617 runs.
I started this petition because I care about the NHS and keeping it free for all, this is yet another step towards privatisationRead more
Anwen WilliamsMenai Bridge, WLS, United Kingdom
Created Apr 6, 2019
Petition to Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders, Patty Murray, Tammy Baldwin, Michael Bennet, Cory Booker, Ben Cardin, Robert Casey, Catherine Cortez Masto, Tammy Duckworth, Dick Durbin, Kirsten Gillibrand, Kamal...
do not know what to do, so I would like to be their voice and beacon of hope.
I am a private student pocket. Thankfully, I was able to fund my 4 years of college with both Federal & Private loans (mostly private). While I am grateful for the college experience and degree I earned, it’s been “private student loans.” Upon graduation, the original principal in some cases have doubled, tripled Representatives to step-in and set a “CAP limit” on the amount of interest Private loan providers can add ontoRead more
N. ReedCalifornia, United States
Created Jul 7, 2018
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