Feb. 1 (UPI) -- The White House petition website -- implemented by former President Barack Obama -- where citizens can lobby for change was reactivated Thursday.
The site, titled We the People, was shut down Dec. 19 for maintenance.
Petitions on the website, which was launched in 2011, are available again -- and those acquiring 100,000 signatures or more will begin receiving responses within 60 days, according to the website.
The largest petition on the website -- with more than 1.1 signatories -- asks the government to immediately release President Donald Trump's full tax returns. Other Trump-related petitions include a request to put his business and financial assets in a blind trust (more than 350,000 signatures) and one asking him to resign (more than 138,000). Another asks the Pentagon to formally recognize Antifa, a conglomeration of anti-fascist groups in the United States, a terrorist organization.
Other popular petitions include one to repeal the National Firearms Act, one to let American farmers grow hemp and a request titled, "Do Not Repeal Net Neutrality."