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Obama agenda and legacy in the hands of federal judges

- The Washington Times

A federal judge in Texas has put President Obama’s deportation amnesty on hold, while another judge in the District of Columbia is poised to rule any day now on whether the House can sue to stop parts of the administration’s Obamacare spending.

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EPA: Clean water rule in effect despite court ruling

- Associated Press

The Environmental Protection Agency says it is going forward with a new federal rule to protect small streams, tributaries and wetlands, despite a court ruling that blocked the measure in 13 central and Western states.

Doctor fights charges he misled patients about marijuana

- Associated Press

Supporters of an Illinois doctor who's in trouble for a marijuana recommendation say his case could have a chilling effect on other doctors' participation in the state's medical cannabis pilot program.

In this June 17, 2015, photo, marijuana plants grow at LifeLine Labs in Cottage Grove, Minn. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

Minnesota considers medical marijuana for pain patients

- Associated Press

State officials are weighing a question that could drastically expand Minnesota's medical marijuana program and offer hope of relief to thousands of residents: Should it allow people with intractable pain to buy the new drug?

Transplanting a womb: Q&A on revolutionary Swedish technique

- Associated Press

A Swedish doctor has accomplished what many had deemed impossible by transplanting wombs into women and delivering four healthy babies so far - with a fifth soon on the way. Here are questions and answers about the revolutionary procedure.

Report: Nearly 47 million people now have dementia

Associated Press

Health researchers say there are now nearly 47 million people living with dementia globally, up from 35 million in 2009. They warned that without a medical breakthrough, numbers will likely double every 20 years.

Columba Bush puts drug addiction fight among top priorities

- Associated Press

The wife of Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush says the highly personal fight she waged against drug addiction as Florida's first lady would remain one of her top priorities in the White House.