Disability Petitions Document List

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Disability Petitions Publications
Document TitlePeer ReviewedPublishedUpdated
Environmental, Medical and Health Groups Urge EPA to Ban Fluoridation Based on Risk to BrainN/A2016/11/302018/05/02
Companionship Exemption Changes Will Cause Institutionalization of DisabledN/A2013/08/292022/01/20
Petition to Ratify Convention on Rights of Persons with Disabilities in AmericaN/A2012/02/292014/11/28
Medicare Petition Drive to CongressN/A2010/04/212012/03/14
Gary McKinnon: Petition and Appeal to President Barack ObamaN/A2009/08/072015/03/01

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