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Seeking Justice

Seeking Justice

Seeking Justice Recently I had the opportunity to re-visit the Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial in Washington DC. The inscriptions on the wall reminded me of the power of this inspirational man and what I believe in, and strive for in my life: Justice For All. Justice for all. It is an easy phrase […]

Traffic Crashes: They’re Not “Accidents”

Traffic Crashes: They’re Not “Accidents”

Traffic Crashes: They’re Not “Accidents” All over the planet, a traffic crash is called an accident. It doesn’t matter if it is a vehicle hitting a tree without causing any injury, or a person getting injured, or worse case, someone dying in a crash; all of these collisions are routinely called accidents. However, with 94% […]

2018 – Your Year to Make a Difference

2018 – Your Year to Make a Difference

2018 – Your Year to Make a Difference Every year at this time thousands of individuals make New Year’s resolutions to improve their lives and be a better person. Whether it is to lose weight, stop smoking or exercise more, we are setting goals to improve our lives. Yet, many people will ignore making the […]

New International Award Named After JSI President Judge Peggy Hora

New International Award Named After JSI President Judge Peggy Hora

New International Award Named After JSI President Judge Peggy Hora The Board of Trustees of the International Society for Therapeutic Jurisprudence (ISTJ) has enthusiastically approved the creation of the “Peggy Hora/Michael Jones Award for Distinguished Judicial Service,” to be presented to “judges who are making outstanding contributions to the administration of justice in a therapeutic jurisprudence […]

Seniors and Marijuana: A Hidden Epidemic?

Seniors and Marijuana: A Hidden Epidemic?

Seniors and Marijuana: A Hidden Epidemic? Every day 10,000 Baby Boomers (those born between 1946-1964) turn 65 years old and this “Silver Tsunami” will continue for the next 15 years. Within this group of Boomers exits what the American Medical Association calls a “Hidden Epidemic” — 2.5 million American seniors who have substance use disorders. […]

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