In the name of Machaneh Leumi in Likud and Halikud Sheli, it calls on PM Netanyahu to decide to bring the new law establishing an "arrangement" for the new outpost commuhities regarding their legal standing.
So far, the campaign has not succeeded. But there's hope:
If the government does not legalize Migron, then the legislature will, Knesset Speaker Reuven Rivlin said during a visit to the outpost on Thursday
A new one promises one million shekels if you can prove who owns the land the community sits on:
The community of Mirgon on Monday offered a million shekels to anyone who can prove they own the land on which the community was established. Migron's secretariat says they will pay cold, hard cash to anyone who can successfully prove they own the land in court as a means of calling what they say is a bluff by Peace Now aimed at destroying their homes.