As the 2016 presidential campaign goes into the home stretch, media outlets are scurrying to find every detail of the past history of the Republican nominee.
The biggest surprise finding appears to be a complaint of unsatisfactory manners, alleged by the mother of Doris Jendro. It was for an incident when the young Donald Trump, a 2nd grade student at Kew Forest School in Queens, NY failed to hold a door open for a female classmate.
Doris Jendro, a former classmate, is set to reveal her story of deep distress, abuse, and social rejection when she was Trump's 2nd grade classmate. She says she was late in coming in from the playground, but forgot her jacket so she ran back to get it. Trump had been holding the school door open for others who were coming in, but she claims he didn't keep waiting. He left her abandoned when he feared he would also be counted tardy from class if he stayed behind..
Jendro claims; "the Olson brothers and the Schmidt boy were not treated so poorly by Trump". She says the trauma she suffered that still haunts her to this day. She adds; "The abandonment and rejection is gut wrenching!"
Disclaimer: if you can't figure out that this is sarcastic fiction, intended to use the absurd to illustrate the ridiculous; then you should stay home from the polls on election day.
The Mark Costello Act For Assisted Outpatient Treatment.
Legislation to help families get assisted outpatient treatment for adult relatives with mental illness before a situation reaches a crisis has been signed into law, this Summer. House Bill 1697, by Sen. AJ Griffin and Rep. Lee Denney, was formally signed by the governor, with the Costello family and many state leaders on hand for the event. The legislation is named the Labor Commissioner Mark Costello Act. Costello’s adult son, Christian, who struggled with mental illness for years, is charged in his father’s 2015 death.
Griffin said only a few decades ago, many with mental illness in this country were institutionalized, often against their will. With the move toward deinstitutionalization and community based treatment, laws were passed to ensure patients with mental illness could only be forced into treatment if they were an eminent threat to themselves or others.
HB 1697 outlines circumstances which would allow judges to order individuals to participate in an assisted outpatient treatment program:
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