May 15, 2019 By Kent Osborn My son, Thomas Osborn, took his own life on July 2, 2016. He probably started smoking pot sometime when he was attending the University of Utah and probably with his fraternity Brothers. Tom was a high achieving student at Arapahoe High School in Colorado, and at Utah where he
Aubree Adams lived in Pueblo, Colorado. She now lives in Texas after her family life went haywire after legalization came to Colorado. Listen to this hour long video, where Aubree details the downside of marijuana legalization and the devastating impact it had, not only on her family, but on the community where she once lived.
Recovering Marijuana Addict Tells Her Story It was an adult who made me smoke my first hashish joint. A man of about forty years who loved little children. I was 15 years old. I did not feel anything the first time. It is a funny phenomenon, the first joint that does not do anything. This
Marijuana First, Heroin Last Our 17-year-old son Justin was a most unlikely victim of a heroin overdose when he died in 2008. He was an excellent student, athlete and extremely talented songwriter/musician on the verge of completing his first music album and facing a bright future. He died in his bedroom after snorting heroin just
Editor’s Note: Vermont bill H.511 was passed by the VT legislators and approved by Governor Scott (who was abundantly forewarned by parents, physicians, law enforcement groups, lawyers the consequences of legalizing home pot grows will have dire effects on the communities in Vermont, especially to the young people). Dear Members of Congress, I live in
When you bury a child you die with them. Yet you still wake up each morning and somehow have to function in your “new” normal. I’ve always considered myself as “politically” correct so when marijuana became “medicine” I didn’t think it would ever affect my life. Whether or not my views would have changed my
Rosemary lost her life in a car crash. The marijuana impaired driver who killed her, got off with a light sentence–he only served one and a half years behind bars. Now her brother fights for justice.
A Life Half Lived–The Chase Rodgers Story My wife, Kim, and I knew early on that our first son, Chase, was going to be a very active child. It seemed that he kicked, squirmed, and wiggled non-stop in Kim’s belly. Chase was small, but excelled at sports because of his great hand-eye coordination, speed, agility,