What’s even more interesting is that the argument for children using marijuana oils and extracts to treat life threatening seizures is getting a lot more attention these days. No, “life threatening” is not an exaggeration. Lydia Schaeffer, an 8 year old Wisconsin girl, died last year on Mother’s Day, because her state hadn’t provided a legal means for her to be treated.
The breadth of the statute extends in several dimensions. First, the intent provision sweeping in speech that a jury might find was intended to “harass, intimidate, torment, or embarrass any other person” reaches broadly. The terms “harass, intimidate, torment, or embarrass” are not defined by the statute.
But those of us who have been around campaign finance for a few years have seen plenty of byzantine schemes that seemed too clever by half but still were used. I would offer as examples the bizarre set of state Republican Party committees that participated in the joint fundraising effort for Mitt Romney in 2012 (trying to hide where the money would really go or just find faithful servants who would make the unlimited transfers to other states as the campaign wished?), and the use of the reporting schedule to game disclosure for some groups who either register or change their reporting regime from quarterly to monthly, or vice versa, to delay revealing their activity. (Neither of these seems very worthwhile in the greater scheme of things, but both felt right to some strategists looking for any advantage possible even if it was more imagined than real.).
“Kesha wants to record new music. Specifically, she wants to record it while the lawsuit against her producer, Dr. Luke, is going on. “Ms. Sarandon, Ms. Sarandon!” McAleer called out to the actress, running around the front of the bus and up Kemble’s driveway in pursuit.
You’ll be eating in a dining facility (DFAC) which is actually kind of good. I liked BMT food better, and Lackland’s food was good, much better than my current duty station, so cherish it while you have it. A note, though if you’re in contracting, you’ll learn this pretty quick, but the people who work in the DFAC all have some sort of disability.
His body was not stitched with scars or chained with Gothic letter and swastika and death tats. Nor was his head shaved into a bullet or his mouth surrounded by a circle of carefully trimmed beard. Nor did he wear lizard skin boots that were plated on the heels and tips.
Panellist Prue Macsween said removing the kids was a and that there was a of silence and fabricated PC outlook that it better to leave them in this dangerous environment. Just like the first Stolen Generation, where a lot of children were taken because it was for their wellbeing, we need to do it again, perhaps. Radio host Ben Davis said the idea was a lot of politicians are afraid to say and that doubts over taking the step were correct nonsense.