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Category:Sims her legacy and rightfully so. But what she is most recognized for, is the way she came into the mainstream as a role model for young girls, a powerful woman full of charisma. She also represented a brand of sassy appeal, shooing off her famous press agent, Freddy Shefler. She represented the new sensibility of women and the fashion industry and was a paragon of what it meant to be a star. She reinvented herself over and over and when it was her time to walk away from show biz, we adored her. She was a human atom bomb of poise and class.

It was shortly after her passing that I decided to give up modeling. But after the death of many ‘top models’, who was I to be different? I read ‘Close Up’, the classic by Shefler and felt adored and inspired by him. Yet, when people would inquire what my favorite model was, I would state the Queen. But when I tell people she was a print and television model, they’d ask, why is she not even in the IMG database?

So. It came to me after a therapy session that I had to create my own agency and book my own print and television work and be where I belong, in this profession I adopted. So, The Gypsy Woman was born.

Margaret McWilliams is an actress, writer and model. Her career started in New York and she has worked in California for 13 years. Margaret has worked with several designers and has done comp shots with Albert Taubman, New York Fashion Week, NYLON Magazine, Porter Magazine, Glamour Magazine, Marie Claire, Vogue Magazine, Sabrina, Elle, and Neiman Marcus catalog. She has booked advertising campaigns in Chicago, Canada and Australia.

I am thrilled to introduce my sister, Celia Parsons Lucey, to you. Celia (pronounced “Sillie”) is in her early fifties and has been modeling for over 40 years. She has over a thousand runway and editorials both in print and television. You may have seen her on TV (or maybe in print), on the cover of Vogue and other magazines, on E Channel’s “I’ll Eat You Last”, and many other television spots


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nudiSen. Chuck Schumer said Wednesday that the federal government should legalize marijuana, calling it a “second chance” for an age-old war on drugs.

“We have to do everything we can do to reverse this damage that’s been done in our neighborhoods,” Schumer said at a forum hosted by the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws.

“When you look at the problems we have had in terms of inner cities and communities of color, what else is there to do? Marijuana is not physically destructive. It does not destroy people’s lives. It is not physically addictive,” he said. “And therefore, at a minimum, we should legalize it.”

Schumer called for a “patchwork of localities” to oversee legal cannabis, noting, “They could go the medical route, which would solve a lot of people’s problems.”

“But maybe a better approach would be the recreational route, where it’s legal, but regulated,” Schumer said, before adding, “Maybe it’s both. It all depends on what works.”

Colorado and Washington state have legalized recreational marijuana, and 22 states have legalized medical marijuana.

Schumer’s comments come as polls show an uptick in the legalization movement.

A Gallup poll released Tuesday found that support for marijuana legalization among Americans has risen in the past two years, as 56 percent of Americans now favor making pot legal.

A Public Policy Polling survey released last week found 58 percent of Americans support legalizing marijuana, which isn’t strictly medical.

“The laws against marijuana are among the worst examples of bad public policy in U.S. history,” reads the poll. “The vast majority of Americans believe that it’s time to change that and we’ve got new evidence that it’s become a much bigger part of mainstream politics to do so.”

But a Gallup/Purdue University poll conducted in June found that 57 percent of Americans favor keeping pot illegal. That’s the second straight survey to suggest a reversal in public opinion on marijuana.

In 2016, Gallup found 57 percent of Americans favored legalizing weed. Support for legalization ticked up to 59 percent last year.

“If those numbers continue on what is an historically upward trend, you’re talking about a sea change in

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