The only problem is, there’s more to being in charge of the best interests of the citizens of a state than just cash pools and balanced books in one department.
I’m more than happy to use my blog to let any veterans who might be interested know that there’s a medical marijuana event in Winthrop on the 25th that’s geared toward them.
It’s a great idea if somehow a few hundred overdose deaths in a year isn’t quite enough.
If Governor LePage and DHHS Commissioner Mary Mayhew think 40 percent of poverty is enough to cover basic family expenses and a healthcare plan for a parent, they really need one.
All it took was a sufficient number of mental health professionals and policy-makers explaining why it was okay that so many mentally ill people are landing in jails and homeless shelters and other unnecessary states of crisis.
I’m worried that we emptied the hospitals, only to fill the jails.
It would give us a chance to talk about why it is imperative that Maine has a strong medical marijuana program, no matter what happens with legalization.
There’s a new medical marijuana hub developing in Winthrop, and it has much to offer, even to those outside the medical marijuana community.
There are so many ways to intervene, so many ways any one of us can be a community leader — some child’s hero — someone who singlehandedly interrupts the growth of the epidemic.