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    Posted January 29, 2014 by
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    Please Support Deaf to change Law for deaf work job

    My name is Timothy Laporte, 25 year old, unemployed for 3 year. I went to trade school for welding certificate. Some business company will unable to hire me because need to communicate through under water welding must required radio communicate can use sign language in under water with easy for communicate and welder. Mostly deaf people have SSI and SSA doesn't have a job because they won't hiring deaf person to have a job without communicate. Firemen, police, and ambulance department emergency 911 system need to improve to communicate with deaf use sign language to reduced abuse deaf human rights.

    I know deaf a support be have change of LAW for your group for think change anything White House for change LAW GOV for deaf work and change anything for deaf get a job and hire. Deaf can do it work hands not a lazy in home for life future.

    I applied several jobs in the navy and wouldn't want to hiring deaf person because of interpreter cost their business.

    To help to deaf people get jobs U.S.A. The deaf people was same hearing people health was no matter the hands work hard. Please support deaf people for get hire and not force for deaf people a dollar. Be same hearing people was same deaf people health. Who people think deaf can’t work. Always be thinking a best world Jesus give us a world and good for future.

    Thanks you
    Bless god the for world,
    Timothy Laporte

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