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keep up the good work!! 5 years 1 month ago #5241

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..maybe a monthly raffle..or quiz??

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keep up the good work!! 5 years 4 months ago #4138

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kemppaulh@yahoo.com wrote: His relatives in La Cosa Nostra must be jealous!


No, probably mad that he's cutting into their lucrative "business" ventures, if you know what I mean. His clients are trading street product addiction for his prescribed, addictive "treatments". So ridiculous!
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keep up the good work!! 5 years 4 months ago #4137

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His relatives in La Cosa Nostra must be jealous!
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keep up the good work!! 5 years 4 months ago #4134

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kemppaulh@yahoo.com wrote: If he's hooking patients on more addictive drugs than heroin, he should be ashamed!


Oh yes, his idea of treatment for opiate dependence starts with...you guessed it: Suboxone!
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keep up the good work!! 5 years 4 months ago #4133

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I will make a note to talk to her about your offer. She is a very good organizer, so she probably won't need me to remind her to contact you.

I have no respect for doctors in the 90% failure rate drug rehab business. It's a great may to legally earn a bunch of money, but it's a rip-off for the taxpayers and insured folks who must foot the bill, when kratom and online advice would work better, and for the long term. If he's hooking patients on more addictive drugs than heroin, he should be ashamed!
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keep up the good work!! 5 years 4 months ago #4125

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kemppaulh@yahoo.com wrote: We heard from a lobbyist that Dancer was possibly motivated to submit this bill because of a friend who is in the drug rehab clinic business. Could be the same Dr. Infantolino


Yes, that is the same Dr. Infantolino I was referring to. Met him several times and was NOT IMPRESSED with him at all...I'll leave it at that, though I do wonder why in the hell my brother and his wife go to him.

I will gladly do anything I can to help, and any guidance from Susan would be greatly appreciated. I will be telling these politicians about my story involving Kratom, and would go as far as testifying before the Assembly if necessary. I look forward to her reaching out to me.
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We heard from a lobbyist that Dancer was possibly motivated to submit this bill because of a friend who is in the drug rehab clinic business. Could be the same Dr. Infantolino?

Your help via a hard copy of a letter or phone call would be very helpful, Chuck. I'm not sure we have enough help in your state. We think Asn. Dancer is confusing the effects that have been reported from kratom spiked with synthetics, with the plain kratom which has none of that weirdness and no scary effects.

Your help will be greatly appreciated, Chuck. Susan will be in touch with letter guidelines and talking points to use. We can win this thing!
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You're welcome Paul. I entered my name on the roll call and will absolutely do all I am capable of to help keep Kratom legal here in NJ. The assemblyman who proposed the bill, Ron Dancer, is from my home county of Ocean, elected in the district just north of mine. The doctor from Brick involved with Dancer, Dr. John Infantolino, was formerly my Mom's Dr. and is currently my brother and sis-in-law's current Dr. He is a typical pharmaceutical pill pusher, including things like suboxone, and is a shill for the drug companies. I will do all I can to help fight this bill. My disabilities from the stroke do limit me somewhat, but I'm mobile enough to help fight the good fight!

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keep up the good work!! 5 years 4 months ago #4067

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Thanks, Chrome Dreams, for your support of the AKA. The other thing you can do is to get enrolled on our list to help keep your state legal, when that comes up. Did you say you are from New Jersey? We have a bill coming up in NJ during the next session that will require us to rally voters to visit members of the Assembly, make phone calls, and write letters. So please get on Susan D. Ash's list so she and our Admins can coordinate that effort. We are working to repeal the Wisconsin and Tennessee bans and to prevent several other bans, so your help will be appreciated. Enter your name and state/city under the Roll Call! heading on www.facebook.com/groups/312461345604840/ Thanks for getting involved!
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kemppaulh@yahoo.com wrote: If it ain't broke, we try to leave it alone. Welcome back!


This forum is a great place to congregate with fellow Kratom lovers, share our experiences and in my case learn as much as I can so I can be an effective advocate for the medicinal use of Kratom. I donated to the AKA recently (not much, but the best I could do) and plan to do it every couple of months. Susan Dash is doing a fine job, as are you Paul...keep it up! If there is anything more I can do to help the cause, let me know.
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