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    commented 2021-08-10 15:41:49 -0400
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  • Rosemary Winkelman
    commented 2021-06-17 15:00:16 -0400
    Skyway, route 198 and 33

    I am against any changes to the above routes. My travel times would triple if I lost this access and I had to use city streets. Think environmentally to save gas and air pollution. PLEASE put this on the ballot in the Nov election. Let the people decide what should be done and not the politicians.
  • Casey Patridge
    commented 2021-05-07 15:21:26 -0400
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    commented 2021-05-07 15:20:39 -0400
  • Scott G.
    commented 2021-04-24 01:41:23 -0400
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    commented 2021-04-24 01:41:21 -0400
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    commented 2021-04-24 01:41:21 -0400
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  • Bob Abrams
    commented 2021-03-31 22:47:32 -0400
    With all due respect, you have not a clue how terrible legalizing marijuana is going to be! The moral and physical demise of users is just devastating—have you not checked into anything? There should be no questions if all the research was done yet there are a lot of questions and it does not matter what color anyone’s skin is. Greed is a terrible thing and NYS Government is knee deep in it! Sure there will be lots of jobs and a lot of them will be in the drug recovery and addiction lines of work. Is that what you want?

    Can you picture early teens and younger kids smoking or chewing or eating the dope? How will you be able to explain this baloney to the parents? Again, without regard to skin color or nationality.

    You guys just cannot fathom and simply have no comprehensive idea of common sense.

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    You guys are just so much smarter than us commoners.

    Be well

  • Elizabeth DeLaBarre
    commented 2021-03-28 12:20:13 -0400

    I am aware (somewhat!) of the issues regarding incarceration for possession of marijuana and the harm this has done to black and brown communities. I appreciate your work in changing/reversing the policies that contributed to this unjust situation. My son and I also happen to be very allergic to second hand smoke. We are already challenged to avoid the cigarette and marijuana stench when we are outside in midtown NYC where we live, or if someone is smoking outside under an our open window. Since I was active in getting cigarette smoke out of public places many years ago (a law that is often disrespected and not enforced), I have concern for what this will mean for my and my son’s health -not to mention many others who will not take action to speak up as I am. I am sure you know that second-Hand smoke has many deleterious effects, and marijuana is no different. Ear and respiratory infections in children are higher if exposed and can lead to learning disabilities. (See the book “Smart Moves”.) And here is a list of carcinogens contained in the smoke:

    Marijuana smell is already a problem in the apartment building where we live, and management has been unable to locate the offending apartment(s) because the smell travels so far. Someone sometimes smokes in the fire stairwell, and I could smell it in my apartment but not locate the floor from where it came. I know people in other buildings going through the same issue with management trying to identify the user and suffering respiratory consequences because of the exposure (one of them is a professional singer and voice teacher). In addition to getting into our bodies, the particulate matter gets into the cell phones and computer equipment making them need replacement sooner.

    My movement teacher from Oregon had to close her movement studio because the building nextdoor started processing marijuana, and clients and trainers were getting ill. After her long-term exposure, she is now so sensitive, she is having a hard time finding a place to live where she isn’t getting exposed to pot since it is so ubiquitous and smoke fumes and particles travel such great distances. She is now part of a group trying to get some controls set up ( since marijuana is being offered and sold everywhere – cafes add it to drinks, ice cream… There are already several WeedWorld vans driving around NYC – one near the iceskating rink at Bryant Park where I have been taking my son all Winter, and one near the subway we use to go to his school. Children at his school already got sick from some edibles and a friend of mine tried one gummy and ended up in the ER unable to breathe. Also, doesn’t the data exist from CO and OR to look at how marijuana legalization impacts driving and many more issues? Please put that money towards hearing from groups who are suffering from health, livelihood, and home issues in those states because of legalization, and make this part of the conversation. Sensitive people such as myself need to have clean air in a city where we are so close together.

    Thank you,
  • Thomas Vane
    commented 2021-03-25 09:34:09 -0400

    This message is actually directed towards Ms. Davis.

    I am reaching out as a member of the UB Votes committee to invite you, a member of your staff, or Ms. Peoples-Stokes to participate in a virtual panel of political leaders on Wednesday, April 28 from 6:00-7:00 pm.

    The UB Votes committee charge is to increase voter registration and engagement among UB community members in national, state-wide, local, and campus elections by uniting divergent efforts from across the university into one concerted initiative.

    Our aim with this event is to educate University at Buffalo students on how they can best communicate with elected officials and contribute civically within their communities. We will provide panelists with a list of questions they can expect to receive during the first half of the event and will then open it up to attendees to be able to ask questions as well.

    If you or someone from your staff team is able to attend, please let us know by April 2nd. Thank you very much for your consideration of this invitation.


    Tom Vane

    University at Buffalo
  • Rosemary Winkelman
    commented 2021-03-18 10:17:31 -0400
    Dear Ms.Stokes: I disagree with legalizing marijuana. I’m concerned about the users who will drive under the influence. It is going to be just the same as with alcohol and driving dwi. People are just not responsible when it comes to things like this and I don’t want to die because of someone abusing when they smoke marijuana. You can’t even get people to obey the law about not driving and texting at the same time (which is not even enforced by cops). If they did, you would make a ton of money. Just for the record, I am your age and have never even had an interest in trying it. At concerts at the old Aud, I would be sick by the time I got home after being there and smelling it throughout the concert. Thank you.
  • Keith Anderson
    commented 2021-02-23 02:52:50 -0500
    Dear, ms stokes

    I am writing in regards to concerns I have over the current battle to legalize cannabis correctly, I am a poor Caucasian from buffalos west side I grew up poor with no father a drug addict mother I was sent to school in a black neighborhood ,needless to say I had many of the same disadvantages including felony conviction a due to drugs and being a lost kid on the street my immediate concern is someone like me while not considered a minority I fit all the qualifications of hardship I am wondering if people like me will be represented in this bill ,not just minorities but poor people of all color and creed are allowed grants and funding to get into the industry. Also I want to express what cannabis has done for me I was burned 3rd degree over 10 years ago about 40% of my body the pain was unbearable so I was on pain pills and was later addicted and moved to heroin got in trouble did time got electrocuted by high voltage and burned 3rd degree over my whole body again, after that that instead of going back to pain pills and a possible opiate addiction again I was prescribed medical marijuana and this has provided me with a alternative to narcotic opiates that killed my mother my half brother about 10 close friends and so many more ..mmj has gave me a better quality of life and free from alot of pain. But my problem is the cost of buying mmj from the state certified dispensary is to great for me to supply myself with the amount of medicine I need to get thru..and have took to growing my own out of necessity being I can’t afford the price of a 75 $ cartridge that only lasts me for 3 days tops . So now by a law with no victim I am created a criminal for providing myself with medicine I need but can not afford this is not fair to the people and is unconstitutional so while you and governor cuomo banter back and forth people and patients are being punished for relieving their pain ..I am a poster child for why we need med home grow and I am will to place my freedom on the line to get this right restored to the people please help!
  • Melissa McDonnell
    commented 2020-06-17 18:45:06 -0400
  • Jill Szczesek
    commented 2020-06-16 20:29:28 -0400
    I would like to volunteer for Ms. Peoples Stokes efforts. I have a few ideas of how I might be able to use some of my work experiences to help out, but would be glad to jump in where needed. I have a great deal of respect for the Assembly Leader and would be honored to contribute in any way I can.
  • Kathleen Keenan-Takagi
    commented 2020-02-25 11:56:08 -0500
    Bloomberg is not ever gpoing to get my vote. I have voted for every DSwemocrat since 1964 and (I WILLNEVER vote for BLOOMBERG n or will I make a contribution to the party if he is nominee.
  • Angela Keppel
    commented 2019-11-01 20:04:18 -0400
  • Theodore Snavlin
    commented 2019-10-15 15:05:40 -0400
    Stop giving our money away, the dems are ruining NYS. You say free college tuition. Well somebody had to pay. The Single Payer bill is another example of giving money away thinking of only some and not all of NYS,. I would assume all staff in government would also be under the single payer program??? Stop forcing these socialist programs down our throats.!
  • Earl Wells
    commented 2019-10-02 12:49:30 -0400
    Can you please send the date for the annual Crystal Ball fundraising event. Thank you.
  • Catherine Gugliucci
    commented 2019-03-23 12:33:11 -0400
    New Yorkers do Not want to dumb down our state on pot. If your voting for it you must be a user or benefactor. Youngsters and Families need healthy choices. Not mind altering drugs. Shame on you! This Bill is Not benefiting the majority of people of this state. Hear your majority and do what’s best for society. Drugs damage minds!
  • Gabriel Parker
    commented 2019-03-15 23:32:31 -0400
    I think your (Stokes) ideas on blocking marijuana legalization aren’t broad enough. It’s not just black communities, it’s everyone they are trying to screw over. The lawmakers have only given a small group the rights to benefits from sales/distribution of marijuana. The same corporate greed mongers who have made billions off of jailing millions for possessing it. This is much bigger than just the black community. I am 1000% for the FULL legalization; but not at the disproportionate distribution of wealth it current is designed to benefit. I would love to become involved with this in any way I can.
  • Donald Keagy
    commented 2019-01-29 12:31:17 -0500
    Thank you for sponsoring a bill to legalize recreational marijuana. When is the bill slated to hit the ’floor’’? Also, I see that there is not a provision for home growing. Please allow medical marijuana patients to grow their own. I use the Albany dispensaries, and the price is prohibitive. My doctor requires an office visit every 3 months @ $75 a visit. That’s $300 a year. Then add the medical marijuana costs, which are much higher than the “black market” and you pay another $100-200 a month. So it costs me between $125-225 per month for my medicine. If I can grow my own medicine, the cost would be about $20 or less a month. Plus, I can grow exactly the strain I need. The state of Oregon allows medical marijuana to be grown at home by individuals. Thank you! Don
  • Jennifer Page
    commented 2019-01-11 13:31:06 -0500

    We will be holding a protest at Absolut Care of Aurora Park Saturday February 9 at 2:30pm in front of Absolut Care demanding that they treat their patients with respect and dignity. We are demanding that “for profit” be removed from nursing homes and remove out of town owners and have local owners. My father spent two months at this facility and I know they would have killed him if we did not get him out when we did.

    Here is the link to my petition:

    And the facebook link to the protest:

    We would love to have you speak and stand with us.

    My number is (716) 807-6282 if you have any questions or if you are interested in joining us!

    Thank you!

    -Jennifer Page
  • Barbara Carr
    commented 2018-12-19 18:13:46 -0500
    What is wrong with you? I can’t believe you would murder defenseless innocent babies in such a horrible manner. Why would you want to “codify” roe vs wade when it was all based on a lie by Norma mccorvey. She even tried to get the ruling overturned in 1975 when she realized it was a huge mistake. Killing babies has gone on way too long. This has to end. Would you do that to your own children ?. It’s disgusting and sickening to kill a innocent unborn baby!
  • Natalie Brown
    commented 2018-08-24 12:47:42 -0400

    Congratulations on running for office this year!

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    Those who do not respond will be listed in the publication and noted as “Chose not to respond to survey”.

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  • Joseph DiPasquale
    commented 2018-05-31 12:05:11 -0400
  • Howard Faden
    commented 2018-03-12 14:21:06 -0400
    I recently met Mrs. Peoples-Stokes on an airplane coming back from NYC and I thought she might like to see this after she had participated in the NYC event honoring women.:
  • Joe Maniaci
    commented 2018-02-18 07:50:08 -0500
    Thanks so much for your work to legalize marijuana! It is terrible to criminalise something that could be so profitable and is so harmless. Please keep up the fight. I only wish I could vote for you.
  • Debora Pound
    commented 2017-06-12 15:22:43 -0400
    Marijuana Regulation and Taxation Act.

    Ms Stokes: I’m not in your district but in an adjoining district. I support the legalization of recreational marijuana with this added idea. Dedicate the tax revenue to universal health care for NYS residents. Two birds with one stone….

    The feds are dysfunctional and the states are going to have to pick up the slack.

    Keep up the good work!
  • Lori Schonrank
    commented 2016-09-13 10:36:17 -0400
    I am writing on behalf of Joseph McDonald, President and CEO at Catholic Health. I am trying to register Mr. & Mrs. McDonald for their personal support and attendance to the 13th Annual Crystal Ball but the website is taking me to the 2014 Crystal Ball webpage showing “Wny Imaging Group from Williamsville” donating. May I call and register and mail a check if you may provide a phone number and mailing address?

    Thank you for your time and assistance.

    Lori Schonrank

  • Candidate Biography

  • Assembly Member Crystal D. Peoples-Stokes, has faithfully served New York State’s 141st Assembly district since 2003. An advocate with clear and principled service, she has always put policy before politics.