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Narco- State California:
A Model for George Soros' America

Coalition Drug Free California continues
efforts to obtain public records from
Attorney General.
Coalition Drug Free California
Fires Back at Attorney General
Kamala Harris.
Corruption: Top Cop Kamala Harris
voluntarily writes Amicus
supporting pot shops.
Attorney General Influenced by drug money.
Attorney General Kamala Harris
 refuses public records request.
Coalition Drug Free California
 Blasts State’s Failed
Q&A with our top cop-
Sheriff Adam Christianson.
A new study released by U.C Davis found an alarming connection between organophosphates and neurological delays in fetuses and children, even at low levels of exposure. 
Highly Toxic MARIJUANA
The study found that women living within a mile of  agricultural fields that are sprayed with pesticides were much more likely to have children who are developmentally delayed and autistic, but it’s not just agricultural crops that are soaked in pesticides. The marijuana boon is creating it’s own casualties. Pesticides commonly used on marijuana are Phosmet, Diazinon, and Avid.  
Marijuana use damages
brain neurotransmitters
Pesticides commonly used on
marijuana linked to Autism.
The scam known as
 'medical' marijuana.
Who is the Drug Policy Alliance?
San Francisco's
Emerald Triangle
Pesticides commonly used on marijuana linked to Autism.
Walk a mile in her shoes calendar to benefit the Haven Women's Center. Sheriff Adam Christianson is pictured 4th from right. If you are the victim of domestic violence call the Haven Women's Center for help now. In Modesto call 524-4331. Turlock residents call 634-9131
A woman is beaten every 9 seconds in the United States.
20 women are the victim of physical or sexual abuse every minute in this country, while women with disabilities are 40 times more likely to be victimized.
Domestic violence is the leading cause of female homicide.
Domestic violence is the leading cause of serious injury to women, accounting for 3 times as many emergency room visits as car crashes and robberies combined.
The number of children exposed to domestic violence annually is 10,000,000.
According to the Department of Justice, in 2013 there were 2,447 domestic violence related calls in Stanislaus County. The actual number of domestic violence incidents are closer to 10 times that amount. In fact 2/3rds of domestic violence victims do not call police. Some victims are afraid to call and are threatened with violence if they do.  If non life threatening injuries occur and someone should happen to see it the victim often comes up with excuses that seem credible without raising a red flag.
It is only when the victim is away from the abuser, sure that he can no longer harm her that she feels safe enough to talk about the abuse and may be willing to involve law enforcement, but this depends on the level of fear the abuser has instilled.   Domestic violence is a pattern of behavior that includes psychological, verbal, physical and/or sexual abuse. The violence is often sporadic and leaves the victim living in a constant state of fear.
The Haven Women’s Center provides a safe and secure place for victims of domestic violence, help with restraining orders and other support services that are needed to escape the violence.
“Abuse in any relationship is not unique to any particular demographic, ethnic group, gender, socioeconomic situation etc. and substance abuse is often part of the equation. Whether alcohol and/or drugs, there's usually an element of substance abuse found during domestic violence investigations, said Sheriff Adam Christianson. “Domestic violence is something we take very seriously. The Haven allows us to refer victims of domestic violence to a safe place and they get the support they need to end abusive relationships.”
The Haven’s 2015 calendar is available now. Sales from the calendar will help provide life saving services for over 2,000 women and children that live in Stanislaus County. Click here to purchase one or you can pick one up at several locations including O’Brien’s Market located at 839 West Roseburg in Modesto. If you are a victim of domestic violence call the Haven Women's Center now.  There are 2 locations in Stanislaus County to help you, one in Modesto -524-4331, and Turlock - 634-9131.

Shining a light on domestic violence
Article posted here.