50 Million Signatures

October 23, 2015

Issues Critical to the Public

Currently, our Citizens Survey critical issues options are as follows:

Raise the minimum wage to $15.00 per hour.

Increase Social Security benefits by 10%, reduce eligibility age to 62.

Expand Medicare coverage, eliminate co-pay, cap prices for prescription on drugs.

Refund to every U.S. citizen $18,064 fraudulently taken by the DOD.

Prevent banks from charging more than 8% on credit cards.

Make the wealthy pay their fair share in taxes.

End the subsidies and tax breaks to corporations already drowning in profits.

Forgive college loan debt.

Make higher education free to everyone who qualifies.

Stop predatory bank foreclosures.

Require mortgage debt relief for troubled home loans

Repair schools, roads, bridges, upgrade the nation’s infrastructure.

Reduce the military budget and end all the unnecessary wars.

Initiate a constitutional amendment to end Citizens United.

We have received a number of messages recommending we make some additions to this basic list. The suggestions are good and are under review. Of course, it’s important to keep in mind that we never intended our selection to be exhaustive, but rather to key in on those challenges where a broad consensus already existed, but the clear intent and desire of the voting public was being ignored by our elected representatives. In any case, expect to see a few well-considered additions in the near future, allowing voters a more thorough say in how the laws are written after the coming election in 2016.


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