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Voters in two states to consider legalizing recreational pot in 2014

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When someone close to Teresa Miller developed an addiction to prescription pain medication in 2009, the Florida mom was so distraught she enrolled herself at the University of South Florida.

Miller emerged three and a half years later with a master's degree in mental health counseling. Miller said she wanted to do everything she could to understand the addiction dilemma and to accompany a loved one -- and eventually other parents and families in the community -- in navigating what is a daunting crisis.

Party ties, not religious ones, drive down Obama's approval rating

Most Christians don't approve of President Barack Obama right now, but he gets high ratings from Muslims and other minority religious groups.

It's not because of their religion, though.

Obama's level of popular approval matches Americans' political party ties, not their religious identity, age or almost any other demographic characteristic, said Jeffrey Jones, managing editor of the Gallup poll.

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