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cindy kush

She is a former co-chair of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Pro-Life Committee, and past chairman of the Public Policy Committee of the Missouri Catholic Conference. While a member of the PPC, she assisted the Missouri bishops in formation of policy on issues of importance to Missouri Catholics. She assisted in the drafting and development of a Catholic Health Care Directive that is widely used in the Saint Louis area. Cindy also likes to hike, needlepoint and read.

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Prayer, Rain, and Gelato – A Pilgrimage to Rome for the Consistory of Cardinals — by Cynthia Haehnel — Christmastide 2010

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A native of Chicago, she has a JD from John Marshall Law School in Chicago and a BS from Western Illinois University. She has frequently lectured on pro-life and embryonic stem-cell related issues on radio, TV, and appeared with Archbishop Raymond Burke (archbishop of St. Louis 2003-2008, now prefect of the Apostolic Signatura) on a video supporting limitations on funding embryonic stem-cell research.

Cindy kush Women for Faith & Family Board of Directors, Member Cynthia Kush Haehnel Cynthia Kush Haehnel is an attorney in private practice who lives in St. Charles, Missouri,

She is a former co-chair of the Archdiocese of St. Louis Pro-Life Committee, and past chairman of the Public Policy Committee of the Missouri Catholic

Cinderella 99

aka C99, Cindy 99

Cinderella 99, otherwise known as C99, or simply “Cindy,” is a sativa-dominant hybrid bred by Mr. Soul of Brothers Grimm. She’s best known for her potent cerebral high, sweet fruity flavors, and epic yields. According to Mr. Soul, C99 was created using seeds found in a Sensi branded 2 gram package of Jack Herer purchased at an Amsterdam coffee shop. Cinderella 99 is very popular with indoor growers because of its short, bushy stature, high yields, short flowering time, and high THC content. Cindy’s effects are usually described as dreamy, euphoric, and uplifting.

Cinderella 99, otherwise known as C99, or simply “Cindy,” is a sativa-dominant hybrid bred by Mr. Soul of Brothers Grimm. She’s best known for her potent cerebral high, sweet fruity flavors, and epic yields. According to Mr. Soul, C99 was created using seeds found in a Sensi branded 2 gram package of Jack Herer purchased at an Amsterdam coffee shop. Cinderella 99 is very popular with indoor growers because of its short, bushy stature, high yields, short flowering time, and high THC content. Cindy’s effects are usually described as dreamy, euphoric, and uplifting.

Cinderella 99, aka C99, Cindy 99, is a hybrid cannabis strain.