Lourey says she isn’t surprised that people are downplaying her chances to become governor: Few thought much of her chances against the popular incumbents she beat to win her House and Senate seats, either. In fact, there is a fairly plausible scenario by which she could become governor. The first step is to capture the DFL endorsement at the party’s statewide convention in Rochester June 9 11, where the presumptive front runner will be Attorney General Mike Hatch.
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”It’s not the first line of drug we would have chosen but conventional medications are not working.” MPs support for fast access to life saving drugs Cunningham MP Sharon Bird this week put her support behind amendments to the Therapeutic Goods Act which would allow fast access to life saving drugs such as medicinal cannabis. Ms Bird told parliament on Monday that streamlining the regulation of medicines would help many people with life threatening conditions, including Towradgi man Ben Oakley who has stiff person syndrome. Before using medicinal cannabis, Mr Oakley suffered more than 600 spasms in four years, including some lasting up to two hours.
Messman, 75, spent 23 years from 1971 through 1994 as a medical missionary with the Batonga Christian Mission in Southeast Africa, providing vital medical services to impoverished area residents. He earned his pilot’s license and flew into remote areas bringing not only health care but the Christian message of hope to those he served, logging more than 4,000 air hours distributing food to remote villages. During the 10 year Rhodesian/Zimbabwe civil war, Messman provided medical care to both rebels and government forces, enduring indescribable personal hardship and danger during the conflict.