Let\'s Make Airlines to Help Us with Letters!

Posted on: Sun, 01/28/2001 - 4:46am
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pIf an airline refuses to take a request for a buffer zone or does not treat your allergic reaction appropriately, please write to that airline and: Mr Norman Srtickman, Department of Transportation, Consumer Affairs, US DOT, C-75, Room 4107, Washington DC 20590. Also please "cc" Mr Pete Skinner P.E., Environmental Protection Bureau, Room 221, Justice Building, The Capitol, Albany NY 12224 and Ms Amie Rappoport, Food Allergy Initiative, 625 Madison Avenue, NYC, NY10022, 11th Floor. Keep those letters coming! They're our only hope right now!!/p

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