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Petition to Susana Martinez, New Mexico Governor


With national statistics, data , and high numbers of deaths,illnesses attributed too drugs and as well our failing public schools, as direct links to the  "Drug Epidemic",  in Northern New Mexico,  we have been placed at the top of national graphs and state counties as one  of the worst places for drug overdose, suicide and illness in the country. Thus, we the undersigned concerned tax paying citizens are "Demanding a "State of Emergency" be declared in the county of Rio Arriba, in the state of New Mexico. For several decades we have been in a heavily oppressed, repressed and dire situation in regard too loosing large numbers of souls too include : Teens,  young and old adults as well as elderly citizens too the drug infestation, both legal ( narcotic/opiate, ect... ) and  illegal ( heroin/meth/pink/cocaine, ect..) drugs. As the Federal Government  and DEA cracks down on prescription drug dispensing, the adverse effects have increased the use of heroin and thus, increasing higher incidences of Hepatitis-c, AIDS, Crime, and Criminal Activity in all facets our livelihood. The age groups of addiction has scattered in both directions, currently it has trickled down too adolescence and gone up in some cases too great-grandparent ages. Its is no longer a "FAD" or a "TREND" in many circles it is becoming a "RITE of PASSAGE" and a way of life in others. WE are demanding that;   1) Assessment, treatment, triage, substance abuse teams be dispatched throughout the county communities. ; 2) That a temporary centrally located "medical" detox-facility and housing area be established too address our addicted citizens needs, with hopes that a permanent facility be established in the near future.       

1,951 supporters
Started 4 weeks ago

Petition to Ellen Weintraub, Caroline C. Hunter

Investigate Sean Hannity for campaign finance violations

According to numerous media reports, President Donald Trump regularly communicates with Sean Hannity, a talk show host on Fox News who also has his own syndicated three-hour radio show. These conversations inform the content of Hannity's shows, and any messaging broadcast as a result of these coordinated communications — such as defense of the president or attacks on his enemies — amount to illegal in-kind campaign contributions to the Donald J. Trump for President Inc. Campaign Committee. Hannity's shows do not include disclosures as required by law. Furthermore, the market value for a 30-second advertisement on Fox News alone is more than $8,000, which exceeds the total donation amount permitted by law. The Trump campaign — which organized on President Trump's inauguration day — has not reported any of these in-kind contributions. Federal election laws exist to prevent this kind of coordination from happening for a reason. TV and radio show hosts and network executives cannot be considered immune to the law when they are working directly with political candidates to influence public opinion in their favor.  News networks are supposed to serve the interest of the public by dispersing reliable, unbiased information to create a more well-educated electorate. Talk shows on news networks that rely heavily on opinion for content run counter to journalistic values. This isn't illegal, although it's ethically questionable at best. But what Hannity is doing by regularly communicating with Trump makes the content of his show cross from a legally murky grey area into clearly illegal activity. We call on the Federal Election Commission to investigate the coordinated communications between Hannity and Trump, along with any other coordinated communications between the president, the president's adjutants, and executives with news gathering organizations such as Fox News, and prosecute any violations of federal campaign laws. 

Matt Koesters
11 supporters