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How to Get Medical Marijuana in Pennsylvania

Here’s what I learned about getting medical marijuana in Pennsylvania

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The Budget Activist e-Book Now Available on Amazon

Don’t know whether to strap on your marching boots or hide under the covers? Does the news of the day have you daydreaming about all…

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Why I’m Proud to be a Keyboard Warrior

First off, let me be clear. There are two main “urban dictionary” definitions of “Keyboard Warrior,” and I am not referring to myself as “a…

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2018: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

2018: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly I still believe 2016 was the worst year ever. And 2017 was so god awful I didn’t…

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Without Accountability and Inclusivity The Women’s March Will Become a Crawl

This is a hard post to write, but a Facebook post just isn’t enough to convey the dizzying complex feelings I have about the Women’s…

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The Budget Activist: Making Change Through Letters and Petitions

  I was going to write a book called The Budget Activist. But it isn’t happening. I’ve lost the passion to finish the project. I still…

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My Twitter War with Roseanne Barr (Or How I Spent my Winter Vacation)

So here’s a story I never thought I’d be telling. Yet, for those who know me well, there is somehow nothing surprising about it. It’s…

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If 2016 Was the Worst Year Ever…Could 2018 Be The Best?

This time last year I wrote about how 2016 was a steaming hot pile of garbage. And I could easily write the same about 2017.…

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Tell a Grown Up or Ignore It? Lessons from a Lockdown

On Wednesday, December 6, I was sitting in my son’s elementary school library for the monthly School Advisory Council meeting. The principal received an urgent…

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Act Now to Protect Our Kids with Moms Clean Air Action

Despite the most proactive and protective actions we can take as consumers and as parents, we must rely on our government to ensure so much…

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