Here’s A Way You Can Help Kids Who Need Medical Cannabis Oil Now.

April 18, 2014 15:01 pm

by Buzz Brockway · 5 comments

Rep. Allen Peake has found a way to help some of the kids who would be helped by using medical cannabis oil. You can donate to help these families go to Colorado and get this treatment.

Here’s how to donate:

If you would like to donate to our pediatric cannabis fund that will provide transportation and living expenses for families who need to move to Colorado to obtain cannabis oil for their children, click here and follow these instructions:

1) Go to
2) Click on top right tab ON-LINE DONATIONS
3) Click on DONATE
4) Project category select dropdown- PROVISION BRIDGE DONATIONS
5) Project select dropdown- Journey of Hope Fund

Then complete the rest of the form. THANK YOU!!!

analogkid April 18, 2014 at 3:40 pm

OK, so GOP legislators are asking people to donate money in order to move other people out of the state because their party once again failed at governing?

Hilarious if it wasn’t so sad.

Perhaps the fund could be expanded to help anyone that wants competent government to leave the state?

dsean April 18, 2014 at 3:49 pm

Serious question – isn’t this conspiracy to traffic in a controlled substance?

This country’s drug laws are absurd. The GOP would do well to take the lead in reforming them.

saltycracker April 18, 2014 at 4:10 pm

Donations to help folks move out of GA ? Great idea, wrong target group.

Raleigh April 19, 2014 at 10:14 am

I wonder what those families would say about state representatives that can’t stop playing politics with their children’s lives advocating a plan to move them out of state. Rep. Brockway I understand you are making this suggestion as an honest attempt to help but this is way wrong on so many levels. The help these families need from their representatives is to find a way to allow them to get what they need in their home state. In that regard you failed.

Chris Huttman April 19, 2014 at 12:40 pm

Gotta love the Georgia GOP – instead of just passing simple laws (like Medicaid expansion or this) that would help a lot of people, they don’t do their jobs and then suggest creative alternatives instead.

Unfortunately for them, the voters will eventually figure out the simple alternative to their failures.

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