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Heroes Step Up to Protect the Safety, Rights of All Americans

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Here are four remarkable stories of people who courageously took on long odds to make a difference in protecting the safety and legal rights of all Americans. Take a look and use the survey link below to tell us which story impacts you the most.
Heroes Step Up to Protect the Safety, Rights of All Americans

Tina Meier fights cyberbullying in memory of daughter Megan (center).

Motivated by a passion to help others, our nominees for the 2016 Justice Served Awards have stepped up to make America a safer, more just nation:

  • Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, a young pediatrician, put the welfare of children ahead of politics in Flint, Mich.
  • U.S. Senator Al Franken advocates for every American’s right to a day in court as a leader in the fight against forced arbitration.
  • Daniel Carder and his research team at West Virginia University proved to the world that Volkswagen lied to customers while causing irreparable ecological damage.
  • Tina Meier travels the country to fight cyberbullying after her daughter Megan committed suicide.
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