"The economic impact is huge," she said. "We are happy to have it and know that other cities would love to get their hands on it. But we are a good fit and if I have anything to say about it, we're not going to let it go."
"He demanded change," she said. "I was told I would never have kids consistently from doctor after doctor from the age of 15 to 37 and now I have this incredible blessing, a healthy, strong, fun, happy and sweet son. I decided it was now up to me to make an effort to be the best that I can be for him."