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Patrick K. Lynch

Founder

South Dakota Coalition for Compassion

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Background Information

Employment History

Chairman for the North Central States Chapter

Multiple Sclerosis Society


Chairman of the North-Central States Chapter

Multiple Sclerosis Society


President

South Dakota MS Society


President

South Dakota Multiple Sclerosis Society


Chairman

Multiple Scleroses Society


Web References(11 Total References)


sdcompassion.org

Patrick K. Lynch is the former chairman of the North-Central States Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Pat was diagnosed with MS in 1990 at 27 years of age - since diagnosis of this incurable disease. For over a decade Pat has continued to raise thousands of dollars for the MS Society to go towards research on MS through the annual bike MS and walk MS events. Pat has earned a respected reputation as one of the leading advocates in the region to raise awareness about this debilitating condition which afflicts nearly 400,000 Americans, with 200 more being diagnosed every week. More than 2.1 million people worldwide live with MS. Pat testified at the capital in 2009 in support of the Safe Access Act, which sparked a formative discussion about safe access to medical marijuana in Pierre and around the state. When Pat came back home to Sioux Falls he and other advocates, and may patients and their families came together and formed the South Dakota Coalition for Compassion. Pat Lynch is now asking his fellow South Dakotans to provide compassion to some of the most vulnerable citizens in our state, the sick and dying, by voting Yes on Measure 13. Measure 13 allows patients like Pat and many others afflicted with MS, Cancer, Fibormyalgia, and other ailments to pursue a safe and legal option through a tightly regulated program under the Department of Health.


www.shroomery.org

This year’s “South Dakota Safe Access Act†is sponsored by Patrick K. Lynch, former chairman of the board for the North Central States Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society, and was drafted with the assistance of the Marijuana Policy Project.


www.sdpb.org

Patrick Lynch is a past president of the South Dakota Multiple Sclerosis Society.
He's backing Measure 13. "This is just another way I can help people with MS by letting them know there is an alternative drug out there other than what they might be on for their symptoms of MS," says Lynch Lynch says Marijuana is good for more than just chronic pain. He uses a wheelchair to get around. He says he's tried other prescription drugs, but marijuana is the only thing that stops his muscle spasms. Lynch counters arguments that Marijuana must be smoked, he says the drug can be injested or vaporized with no harm to the lungs. Again, Patrick Lynch former president of the South Dakota MS Society.


sdcompassion.org

Patrick K. Lynch is the former chairman of the North-Central States Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Pat was diagnosed with MS in 1990 at 27 years of age - since diagnosis of this incurable disease. For over a decade Pat has continued to raise thousands of dollars for the MS Society to go towards research on MS through the annual bike MS and walk MS events. Pat has earned a respected reputation as one of the leading advocates in the region to raise awareness about this debilitating condition which afflicts nearly 400,000 Americans, with 200 more being diagnosed every week. More than 2.1 million people worldwide live with MS. Pat testified at the capital in 2009 in support of the Safe Access Act, which sparked a formative discussion about safe access to medical marijuana in Pierre and around the state. When Pat came back home to Sioux Falls he and other advocates, and may patients and their families came together and formed the South Dakota Coalition for Compassion. Pat Lynch is now asking his fellow South Dakotans to provide compassion to some of the most vulnerable citizens in our state, the sick and dying, by voting Yes on Measure 13. Measure 13 allows patients like Pat and many others afflicted with MS, Cancer, Fibormyalgia, and other ailments to pursue a safe and legal option through a tightly regulated program under the Department of Health. Pat Lynch and Tony Ryan were featured guests for the Minnehaha County GOP Action Team's weekly forum The Coalition for Compassion is led by Patrick K. Lynch the former chairman of the Multiple Scleroses Society and Tony Ryan, a retired lieutenant Police Officer. Pat Lynch, Tony Ryan, and other advocates talk to voters at multiple county fairs around the state! Pat Lynch and Tony Ryan and Emmett Reistroffer speak on KSFY Action News about Initiated Measure 13. Pat Lynch and Tony Ryan advocate for the severely ill in the Capital Journal, opponents call safe access a "scam" Pat Lynch advocated on behalf of the Coalition and IM13: "It’s a medicine that benefits ill patients ... In capable hands, it is a medication that people can use in place of more vile drugs that they are prescribed.â€


sdcompassion.org

Patrick K. Lynch, Sioux Falls suffers from Multiple Sclerosis.
Lynch formerly served as the chairman for the North-Central States chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society. Lynch is the official sponsor of Initiated Measure 13 (Safe Access Act) and the founder of the South Dakota Coalition for Compassion.


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