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Darrell and Ed talk about the importance of voting Grassroots on or before the August 9th Primary Election in MN. From the Great Beyond music festival in Franklin, MN
Darrell talks to Minnesotans about the importance of voting in the Primary Election on or before Tuesday, August 9th.
Darrell speaks to voters inside Bump's Family Restaurant in Glencoe, MN
Darrell and Ed Introduce their Campaign
Darrell stars in the major film "Super High Me" (2007)
Darrell, Matt, and a RISE Cannabis Dispensary staff in St. Paul, MN
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Darrell is featured in this book by his longtime mentor George McMahon on pages 120-122. George McMahon, afflicted with pain, spasms and nausea from the treatment of a rare terminal disease has, despite his personal trial, become one of the leading crusaders for the legalization of medical marijuana. One of only six United States citizens given the substance by the little known "Uncle Sam's Marijuana Farm," McMahon fights to bring similar relief to people suffering from such illnesses as glaucoma, cancer, hepatitis C, multiple sclerosis, trauma and spasms who can be helped by prescription pot. From the steps of state capitols and presenting his case before the Supreme Court, to testifying before Congress and appearing on local and national media, McMahon carries on his arduous struggle.
"The Insulting Childbirth Experiences Mothers With Disabilities Endure" - May 9, 2017. This article from Cosmopolitan features Darrell, his wife Nikki, and their daughter Alexandria. Because of the influence of this and other stakeholders, Darrell and Nikki successfully lobbied the MN Legislature and were appropriated one million dollars in the 2021 legislative session.
"ACTIVIST BATTLES FOR DISABLED RIGHTS//HE FOUNDED NONPROFIT, ADVOCATES LEGALIZING POT" - July 3, 2000.
"Group puffs against pot laws" - Sunday, April 5, 2004. This article features Darrell and his work for cannabis legalization.
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