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  • He also told them he belives in Compassionate Conservatism, Santa Claus, that the Moon is made of Green Cheese, That George W. Bush didn't lie about our reasons for going to Iraq, that Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone, and that someday Lucy will let Charlie Brown kick the football.

    Jenny Sanford files for divorce

  • A wonderful technique for hearing from the heart is called Compassionate Listening, codeveloped by Love Luminary Leah Green.

    Love For No Reason

  • So in 1996, voters passed Proposition 215, known as the Compassionate Use Act. And since then, what we've seen is this access to so-called medical marijuana has expanded, and millions of Californians have been able to get it with a variety of maladies or symptoms, from cancer to perhaps more benign things like insomnia or chronic pain.

    Has the US Reached A Tipping Point On Pot?

  • There was only a handful of cookbooks dedicated to eating vegetarian, and one of those was from PETA's fearless leader, Ingrid Newkirk, called The Compassionate Cook: Or, "Please Don't Eat the Animals."

    Donna Albergotti: Revisiting The Compassionate Cook

  • We call Compassionate Friends 'the club nobody wants to join,' but it's sure nice to have it when you need it, said White, who, in addition to Fara, has lost two sons and her husband.

    Groups help grief-stricken handle the holiday season

  • Congress now has an opportunity to help save and extend the lives of cancer patients and others with serious life-threatening illnesses, thanks to the recently introduced Access, Compassion, Care, and Ethics for Seriously Ill Patients Act. The ACCESS Act creates a new approval mechanism called Compassionate Investigational Access (CIA) for patients who cannot wait.

    Support the ACCESS Act

  • The Bush's are called Compassionate Conservatives, but no, Conservative Progressives are what they really were.

    Yahoo! News: Top Stories

  • Proposition 215, also known as the Compassionate Use Act of 1996, allowed those with a valid doctor's recommendation to smoke and grow marijuana legally.

    Golden Gate [X]pReSS

  • In 1996, California voters passed Proposition 215, also known as the Compassionate Use Act of

    LA IMC

  • Dzakowic emphasized if the proposed amendments were adopted, the county would still allow medical marijuana use by licensed users under Proposition 215 also known as the Compassionate Use Act. The act, adopted in 1996, allows those suffering from illnesses such as AIDS, cancer and other infirmities where marijuana provides relief to use the drug with doctor's prescription.

    Tahoe Daily Tribune - Top Stories

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  • Compassion is an inner feeling resulting in outward action. It should be our daily uniform of service (Col. 3:12). By God’s grace, may we be known for it. ODB April 2, 2011.

    April 2, 2011