I think the people just felt sorry for her.

The main thing it costs is time. The paper is an expense, but you've got people doing things they've already done.

I guess they spray out the urine and fake out the probation officer.

My understanding from the state of Texas is that although Medicaid funding will be available for the victims, there will be no waiver of the state match of Medicaid funds, which is about 39 percent.

I was disappointed myself at the outcome. I think she should have been convicted of felony murder.

It's a strong market for this kind of product.

I'll be using my charitable funds taking care of these individuals nobody disputes are in need. But will there be resources available in six months, not only for them, but the regular members of our community?