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Bora Alperistanbul, Türkiye
Created Apr 3, 2017
Petition to governement, George Floyd, George Floyd's family
The Heartbeat Bill is being sent to the South Carolina senate. If the bill is signed by Governor Henry McMaster, abortion will be banned after 6 weeks in the state. This is a direct attack on human rights, and a direct attack on Roe vs. Wade. Please sign this petition to call out the senate and the governor before this reaches Supreme Court. Women deserve better. Many lives will be negatively impacted in so many ways if this bill actually gets passed.
It’s time that we the people take back our rights and call out government officials that create laws to oppress us! Abortion is a HUMAN RIGHT. The lives of LIVING, BREATHING, WORKING people are important and everyone should stand up for that! Governor McMaster do NOT sign this bill. Banning abortion will put hundreds of thousands of women at risk. Consider this and stop this bill. Save women and protect their rights. ITS YOUR JOB.
To contact Governor Henry McMaster and tell him that women of South Carolina deserve better, and have rights to the their own autonomy, call 803.734.2100 or contact him on Twitter @henrymcmaster !
Maci McCallState Line, SC, Estados Unidos
Created Jan 25, 2021
Petition to Brian Kemp, Mandi L. Ballinger, Timothy Barr, Matt Barton, Tommy Benton, Shaw Blackmon, Josh Bonner, James Burchett, Jon G. Burns, Michael Caldwell, Wes Cantrell, Kasey Carpenter, John Carson, Mike...
One in four women will have an abortion. Chances are, you know someone who has had one! A common myth is that abortions are new technology. Actually, they were practiced in ancient Greece and Rome. It's been controversial over time, but here's why women in Georgia deserve the right to choose:
In a world facing overpopulation issues, and with already 400,000 children in the U.S.'s foster care system, adoption isn't always the best option.
Teen mothers are more susceptible to physical and emotional issues related to pregnancy, and in 2018, roughly 25% of teen pregnancies ended in abortions. This bill forces most of these teenagers to carry the baby to term. Being a teen mom can disadvantage young women, as only 40% of teen moms graduate high school and only 2% graduate college.
The largest percentage of abortions in the US occurred in 2015 at ≤8 weeks’ gestation. However, only between 39-56.7% of women under the age of 19 had abortions during this period, making younger women much more vulnerable to missing the 6-week limit.
Georgia leads the U.S. in maternal mortality rates, at 39.3 deaths per 100,000 births in 2016, and black women are more than three times as likely to die from pregnancy compared to white women. Lack of access to hospitals in rural areas, (along with other barriers) keeps women in Georgia at higher risk for pregnancy complications. Forcing all women to carry their children to term in a state where giving birth is sometimes risky and complicated cannot be ethical.
85% of women who get an abortion are unmarried. Many women risk losing their jobs and sources of income because of a pregnancy and a baby who will then be dependent on them as the only parent for at least the next 18 years.
CDC: Unintended pregnancy is the major contributor to induced abortion. Increasing access to and use of effective contraception can reduce unintended pregnancies and further reduce the number of abortions performed in the United States. Similarly, easier access to abortions can cause abortions to be performed earlier, rather than later in the pregnancy when the fetus is more developed.
At six weeks, the embryo is the size of a fingernail/pea/pomegranate seed. The mother, however, is a fully formed human female with all the potential in the world ahead of her. Pregnancy can be a traumatizing and life-changing experience, especially for a woman that believes abortion is a better option for herself. Abortions under the HB481, or the "heartbeat bill" could be punishable by prison, again, taking away women's opportunities and future.
We ask that our state legislature revisit this complicated issue with more respect for women's bodily autonomy and right to choose. No other bodily function is regulated, and our bodies are not the government's property. We encourage those who take issue with abortion to work with organizations that improve the foster care system and access to contraceptives, and respect that you should not try to make such a difficult decision for another woman. Read more
I’m not ready to die. My husband and I have 6 beautiful children, a fabulous loving blended family - our tribe. But I’m terrified — if the Health Minister doesn’t urgently intervene I’ll die waiting for asbestos cancer surgery.
I don’t have time - it’s already been 11 weeks since my surgeon told me I urgently need a life saving operation. I’m battling a deadly cancer (peritoneal mesothelioma) and now more cysts are growing on my liver. But he can’t operate. The waiting lists are dangerously long and the government won’t fund more surgery places.
It’s a death sentence. Wait lists are so long that patients’ cancers are becoming inoperable - and highly likely they’ll die. I’m desperate to not get to this point - I have my gorgeous kids, family, dogs, and love of the outdoors to live for.
Two years ago mum of 5 Nicole Perko fought to stay alive. Nicole had a similarly deadly cancer, and needed the very same surgeon, Professor Morris, to do the identical operation to save her life as I need.
A Change.org petition was started, thousands of people signed on to support and pressure the Health Minister to urgently fund this mum’s surgery - and it won. I’ve signed many petitions since - but now it’s me that needs help.
Please, don’t let me die because of political inaction. I need Jillian Skinner to immediately fund more theatre time and ICU beds for Professor Morris’s team so myself and the other desperate sufferers on the waiting list don’t die. Read more
For over a decade, College Signing Day has been an integral part of the journey to and through went into the decision to have individual College Signing Days, the Class of 2023 feels this decision was not the right one. Since the 5th grade when we first attended College Signing Day and took our Signing Day. As we eagerly sat in the arena watching seniors announce their futures proudly while signing impactful is the loss of community. As stated in a press release following last year's College Signing DayRead more
Gianna RhodesHouston, TX, United States
Created Jan 19, 2023
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