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26-50 of 1038 signatures
Number Date Name Add a Comment
1013 Mon Jul 30 11:26:21 EDT 2012 Jose Lopez
1012 Thu Jul 26 12:45:50 EDT 2012 Russ Ellis
1011 Tue Jul 24 10:01:47 EDT 2012 Anonymous
1010 Mon Jul 23 18:16:40 EDT 2012 carol jagiello
1009 Mon Jul 23 13:43:03 EDT 2012 Hillarie Waadt
1008 Tue Jul 17 13:35:52 EDT 2012 Don Goodman
1007 Mon Jul 16 14:59:57 EDT 2012 John Young
1006 Sat Jul 14 12:51:23 EDT 2012 Meaveen o'connor
1005 Thu Jul 12 17:56:00 EDT 2012 misty smith These globalist criminals must be stopped and they must be stopped now; then jail 'em for their crimes against humanity.
1004 Thu Jul 12 10:47:40 EDT 2012 Joni McKenna
1003 Thu Jul 12 10:06:23 EDT 2012 John Merz I called rep Freylinghausens office .They said they would pass the message on . I got the impression that they had never heard of the Miller-DeLauro letter. I told them that they should stop this complete More....
1002 Wed Jul 11 18:34:32 EDT 2012 Ismael Garcia
1001 Wed Jul 11 07:33:38 EDT 2012 Joyce Hawes
1000 Tue Jul 10 20:02:10 EDT 2012 Allen Salyer
999 Sat Jul 07 12:23:21 EDT 2012 Anonymous
998 Wed Jul 04 18:23:01 EDT 2012 Hal Trufan
997 Tue Jul 03 14:33:33 EDT 2012 peter betts called today. the guy who answered seemed harried, like his tongue was swollen. not like Waxman's usual staff.
996 Tue Jul 03 11:28:06 EDT 2012 Mark Cooper
995 Sat Jun 30 16:23:46 EDT 2012 Bill Miller
994 Fri Jun 29 15:03:25 EDT 2012 Anonymous
993 Thu Jun 28 23:36:47 EDT 2012 Patrick Dolan
992 Thu Jun 28 22:41:54 EDT 2012 Ashley Rowland
991 Thu Jun 28 20:48:09 EDT 2012 Jessica Wardlaw
990 Thu Jun 28 17:28:28 EDT 2012 peter manbar
989 Tue Jun 26 16:59:57 EDT 2012 Edwin Philbrook
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