Cheryl Miller (activist)
Cheryl Miller (1946 – June 7, 2003) was a multiple sclerosis patient and medical cannabis rights activist who committed civil disobedience at Congressman Jim Rogan's office and in front of the office of former Georgia Congressman Bob Barr. During Barr's unsuccessful re-election bid, she made a television appearance criticizing his medical cannabis policy. She and her husband received the Peter McWilliams Memorial Award  for Outstanding Achievement in Advancing the Cause of Medical Marijuana at the 2003 National NORML Conference. She died on June 7, 2003 from pneumonia and other MS-related complications. Her friends and supporters created the Cheryl Miller Memorial Project (see External Link) to continue her legacy.
- Cheryl Miller, Multiple Sclerosis Sufferer, Tireless Advocate (PDF), Patients in the Crossfire, archived from the original (PDF) on 2011-07-25, retrieved 2010-08-03
- Movement Mourns Passing Of Medical Marijuana Patient And Activist Cheryl Miller, NORML, June 12, 2003
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