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20 US States petition president for peaceful separation
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Citizens in 20 US States have started petitions requesting that the president allow their state to peacefully separate from the federal government.
“We the People” is a section of the White House’s website that gives citizens the opportunity to create petitions. If 25,000 signatures are gathered within 30 days, the White House will respond to the petition.
Currently, 20 out of the 60 active petitions are requests for peaceful independence.
Below are links to the current petitions.
[NOTE: If any links are broken, it’s because the White House has removed the petition]
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The goal of the Foundation for New Hampshire Independence is to educate citizens on the benefits of the 'Live Free or Die' state peacefully declaring its independence and separating from the federal government of the United States.
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