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AZ High Court Rules Felons on Probation Can Use Medical Marijuana

A man convicted of selling pot will still be able to legally use medical marijuana after the Arizona Supreme Court handed a dual victory to a specialized group of pot patients on Tuesday by rendering two separate decisions prohibiting prosecutors and courts from...

Pot Lawsuit Could Threaten Medical Marijuana Programs Across the Nation

States are free to legalize marijuana, Colorado said Friday in a filing to the U.S. Supreme Court in response to a lawsuit from neighboring states that have asked the nation's highest court to shut down Colorado's pot law. Colorado argued that blocking recreationa...

Oklahoma Republicans Oppose Anti-Pot Lawsuit

Several Oklahoma Republicans came to the defense of marijuana, albeit inadvertently, after the state joined Nebraska in a lawsuit seeking to reverse Colorado’s recreational pot law.

States Sue Colorado Over Marijuana Laws

The states of Nebraska and Oklahoma have asked the United States Supreme Court to issue a declaratory judgment finding that Colorado’s laws regulating the state-licensed production and sale of marijuana to adults violates the US Constitution.

High Court: Warrant Needed For Cell Phone Searches

he US Supreme Court issued a key ruling in favor of Fourth Amendment rights in the digital age June 25, finding unanimously that police in most cases need a warrant before searching the cell phone or personal electronic device of an arrestee. 

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