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We assume that everyone, including government officials, exercise common sense when making decisions.
So much for that assumption: recently, a local government took an action that could destroy the dreams of a young girl for apparently no good reason.
Tiffany Miranda is a 10-year-old girl from Santa Fe Springs, Calif., who suffers from a rare, serious and incurable disease called Lennox-Gastaut syndrome. Because of this condition, she frequently experiences seizures. Some can last all day.
Her parents, Jessica Torres and Felix Miranda, were concerned about bringing her to public parks. So they were thrilled when the Make-A-Wish Foundationprovided them with playground equipment so Tiffany could play in the safety of her home.
Written by Jordan Richardson
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