“I’m excited for us to have our first brick and mortar store, plus we now have the space to be able to host fun events like shopping parties.”
“Because not all of the spaces out there are places where our students can be comfortable and feel safe. Our goal is to promote action oriented resources for health and wellness no matter where our students are.”
The House Budget Committee voted 27-0 November 9 to approve a $1.28 billion supplemental appropriations bill that included $2 million to fund the program.
“All of us adjust our ethics to fit our own interests, and some of us do it more than others. Some people call it hypocrisy. I call it normal social contradictions.”