#worldproblems damn I feel sorry for this country & world… wtf have past generations done to our way of life through manipulation of laws & greed. college isn’t worth shit these days & really hasn’t for a number of years now. what do future generations of kids have to look forward to? College loans that can’t be paid off, no health insurance or dental coverage, a minimum wage job that doesn’t even cover rent & food that’s what. economies can’t prosper when greedy corporations horde all their profits & pay virtually no taxes. seems legit!! let’s stick with it!!!
how many children & adults need to die from things we can cure or relieve with cannabis you corrupt ass government!!!! #legalize #medicinal #cannabis today you fks!!!! u can’t hide the truth anymore… RIP
“When an amended version of the new medical marijuana law was passed on the floor of the State Senate in June, Wendy Conte was the first to jump to her feet in the visitors gallery overlooking the chamber to applaud.
Conte did so knowing the law would not take effect for at least 18 months – far too long to help her 9-year-old daughter, Anna, who needed immediate help.
Anna had a form of epilepsy that hit her with hundreds of seizures a day, and she battled these episodes constantly but cheerfully, her mother said.
But on Thursday night, Anna died. “She just touched so many lives in so many ways, and she was an inspiration to help get this law passed,” Wendy Conte said Friday morning in an interview.
Advocates of the marijuana law agreed. “The Conte family was really at the heart of this campaign. … They were absolutely pivotal,” said Julie Netherland, deputy state director of the Drug Policy Alliance, an advocacy group that has pushed for medical marijuana laws in New York for years. “Their love for Anna really fueled what they did, and it was evident when they talked to people about this issue.” “My fear is that, in 18 months, some of the children will not be around to reap the benefits of this legislation,” the Orchard Park resident warned in an interview with The Buffalo News at the Capitol on June 19 just after the measure was approved.
Now, though grieving over her daughter’s death, Conte said she will return to the Capitol, urging Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and other officials to expedite the availability of a strain of medical marijuana designed to help children with seizure disorders. “This is a travesty. Three children passed away this week in New York. How many more children need to die before something is expedited?” Conte asked. “They can figure out a way to get this done. If they truly want to help these children, they’ll find a way.”” #repost #rp
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