Author Archives: Mary Panton

About Mary Panton

You want someone who can handle controversy when you lobby anything that is unpopular. And lobbying for the people, not the corporate interests, is about as controversial as it gets. David and Goliath, baby! I've gone up against Big Pharma...and won. I've been the punching bag for and against the Church of Scientology. It doesn't get any more controversial than that. I've done crisis consulting, picketing, grassroots campaigns, written and passed legislation at the State level, been in front of and behind the cameras, been the news, made the news, reported the news. I write. Editorials, magazine articles, white papers, speeches. I produce. Large-scale events, briefings, media, vigils, benefits, concerts. I raise funds. For campaigns, for not-for-profits, for events, for volunteer efforts, for disaster relief. I speak. I am an award-winning New York stage actress. Been on Broadway, off-Broadway and way-off-Broadway. Graduated from New York University. Worked as the Executive Director of a Human Rights group. Been a lobbyist for not-for profit, for-profit, police and fire, pension funds, Juvenile Justice Issues, Foster Care issues, Education policy. I live in Boulder, Colorado, where the folks support corporate responsibility, personal responsibility, lifestyles of health and sustainability. People come here to live. There are hippies and entrepreneurs. Enough money to support the artists. There is community in every sense of the word. I am for exporting this mindset. Much Love, Mary

White Paper; TeenScreen

TeenScreen is a so-called “diagnostic psychiatric service” survey done on children who are then referred to psychiatric treatment. The evidence suggests that the objective of the psychiatrists who designed TeenScreen is to place children so selected on psychotropic medication. “It’s … Continue reading

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Mary Panton Testifies in Committee Hearings

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Free Choice and Parental Rights by Mary Panton

By: Mary Panton First published in the Tampa Tribune on April 21, 2005 Dear Editor: Your editorial –  “Tears Don’t Psych out Lawmakers” – casts into question the sincerity of those who testified on behalf of legislation to prevent parents … Continue reading

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Who Would Oppose Full Disclosure and Parental Consent

By: Mary Panton First published in the Tampa Tribune April 25, 2005 Dear Editor, I read with interest your recent article on legislation (HB 209 and SB 1766) to protect children and parents rights currently being considered by the Florida … Continue reading

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