Elizabeth Kucinich Visits Mission Terrace

Elizabeth Kucinich, wife of Democratic back-runner Dennis Kucinich, visited Mission Terrace nursing home on 1/22 to check its suitability for Clayton Holton, a multiple sclerosis patient who wants to use cannabis legally as medicine. The candidate’s spouse is helping the New Hampshire activist relocate because medical marijuana use is legal under California state law and because, in the City of Santa Barbara, a recent ordinance instructs police to de-prioritize enforcement of federal laws against marijuana use.

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