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Cops on the Hill: Stories from the Week of February 19, 2021

Cops on the Hill


Stories from the Week of February 19, 2021


 Cruising at 30,000 feet, when suddenly: A few minutes after a 10 AM presentation, I received an email imploring me not to delete, not spam.  Christy, addicted long-term to heroin, asked what could we do to establish a Safe Injection Room in her state. She had read the summary of the Swiss HAT on the COP website… She is afraid of dying.  A few minutes later we are on the phone and she is now in contact with her state politicians to try to start the dialog.  I gave her a sample letter to her state senators and reps in Charleston.  Her letter (2 minute read) at the bottom.  If you read her letter and are not moved, you are obviously dead from the neck up.


It was a good week for chats with Senate offices (4)


Activity this week:

3547 Presentations to Congressional staffers…09 this week..

1 meeting this week


COP stats since inception: August 2009

90 Radio Interviews… 0 this week
327 personal chats with a Member of Congress… 0 this week

206 interviews and reports in minor media …0 this week.

397 chats with other elected officials, state reps, senators, VIPs, etc.: 0 this week –
107 Appearances/Interviews on major TV/Radio/Print media. 0 This week

44 published interviews/foto in major (daily) newspapers or magazine… 0 this week
Blaze TV {new, popular right-wing}, (Fox, ABC, CBS, NBC, Univision, BBC, CNN, NPR, German, Swiss, French, Spanish TV and radio) Detroit News, Detroit Free Press, Grand Rapids Press + 9 other MI papers. Chicago Tribune, Honolulu Star Advertiser {foto and caption}, Reason Magazine, Reuters

31 major conferences attended – (UN drug conference, CPAC, LULAC, NRA, CBC, ASA, DPA, Dem & Repub. Presidential conventions., National Review, Republican Annual Retreat etc.) 0 this week

Weekly attendance at Grover Norquist’s Wednesday brunch attended by 150 conservative leaders. Named the “Grand Central Station of the Conservative Movement.”
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My thoughts, get another supporting country on board with PROVING it works. I even contacted a NY Mayor who is all for it. Im just not very good at this, and Im afraid I wont be taken seriously.

I read of MANY MANY different Doctors, Advocates ETC who FULLY support and KNOW that it is effectuve, and SAY they would LOVE american support/backing.

We are so reluctant. If Im ABLE to leave an impact and push and push and PROVE that Im very serious hopefully itlll inspire them to want to show the world too. I think itll be IMPOSSIBLE to talk to most American leaders or whatever. But MAYBE one of the MANY MANY people Ive annoyed through email will really really stop and think a second at what I REALLY want to do/  document… and theyll see how GREAT it could be too. I dont know. I am totally winging this. my boyfriend and I were just initially entertaining the idea of leaving here, and googling the STATS , Laws. ETC and it started to click. Oh my, If I cant get ahold of just… THE RIGHT person who wants to see some change MAYBE some press IDK , IT could spark something here.  West Virginia is SUFFERING GREATLY. I have been to over 4 rehabs, treid suboxone , vivitrol, Hes been Jailed, sold Opiate pain killers, been in prison 10yrs . SOMETHING IS ALWAYS MISSING, and he said “maybe heroin IS the answer”

something has got to give. between the both of us… we have died, LITERALLY over 10x a piece. The struggle is depressing. IF people could see the difference in how TERRIBLE it is being an Addict in USA VS. The healthcare in ,,,, SOMEWHERE else, and how its treated. It will speak volumes.



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