The Pediatric Sobriety League of Oklahoma has called for legislation to put restrictions & safeguards on children's activities, citing head injuries and mental illness among the tragic consequences associated with the mind altering vices. ** Dr. Margaret Gulch of the PSL-OK said; "We must stop the exploitation of our children.". She went on to call for a 1000ft zoning regulation to keep gymnastics academies away from our schools and churches. The group plans to ask Rep. Jim Olsen to amend his Dispensary bill to include these gymnastics academies, which the PSL claims are so harmful. The Senate Health & Human Services Committee may also take up the issue. Statistics show that more of our at-risk children are harmed by twirling than by prescription drugs and vaccinations. The OSSAA is also asked to keep figure skating & ballet out of the organized competitions sponsored by the high school league. "The pressure to perform & compete is just one more way that children are exploited by shady figures who open dance academies and other greedy pursuits.", said Miss Gulch, a pediatric addictions specialist. "They're a menace to the community! They encourage immodesty in society."
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