The Bobby McIlvaine Act

Sixteen years after September 11, 2001, more and more Americans are coming to question the official account of that day’s tragic events. As awareness and skepticism continue to grow, so too will pressure on Congress to open a new investigation.

The Bobby McIlvaine Act — named after a 26-year-old who was killed by an explosion while entering the North Tower and whose father has been an outspoken advocate for a new investigation — would establish a select committee to reinvestigate the catastrophic destruction of all three World Trade Center towers.

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Urge Your Legislators to Introduce the Act

Help us put pressure on your representatives by sending a pre-written email urging them to sponsor the act.

Other Ways to Take Action

Snail Mail

Download our package (your letter, Bob McIlvaine’s letter, and the text of the bill) and mail it to your congressperson and senators.

Schedule a Meeting

Schedule a meeting between you, a representative of AE911Truth, and a staff member of your congressperson’s local office.

Town Hall

Attend your congressperson’s next town hall meeting and urge him or her to support the Bobby McIlvaine Act.

Bobby McIlvaine Act Palm Cards (50-Pack)

At just $4.99 for a 50-pack, these sturdy 4.25” x 11” palm cards are perfect for handing out to friends, neighbors, and passersby. We're offering them “at cost” to enable you to distribute hundreds or even thousands in your community. You may also print them at home using this PDF.

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