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While marijuana is legal for recreational use in a few states, most marijuana users currently need the drug for medical purposes.

Despite being able to get the drug legally, access is still an issue for many users. Either their conditions prevent them from making frequent trips to a dispensary, or the nearest dispensary is a frequent target for crime.

Have no fear! Snoop Dogg is coming to the rescue! Well, not really. However, he is investing millions of dollars in a weed delivery service aimed at making access to marijuana safer and easier.

Ever had a celebrity's picture pop up while you were scrolling through Tinder? Did you swipe right? Or, did you automatically swipe left because you assumed it was a fake account?

With Tinder's new verified accounts feature, you can be assured that the girl that looks like Hillary Duff really is the pop star, and not some fake.

Want to congratulate Michael Jordan for his induction in the Basketball Hall of Fame? How about a shout out to Steph Curry for winning the NBA championship?

Be careful. You could get sued. Food company, Jewel Food Store, learned its lesson the hard way when a congratulatory ad to Michael Jordan landed the company in court for years over publicity rights.

According to the New York State Coalition Against Sexual Assault, one in four college women will be victims of sexual assault during college. But, fewer than five percent of rapes of college women are reported.

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, with the help of pop Goliath Lady Gaga, are on a crusade to change those statistics and stop sexual assaults on college campuses with the "2015 Opportunity Agenda," more commonly known as "Enough is Enough."

Last night's episode was the season finale!

Here's what you need to know from last night's episode, entitled "Wanna Partner?"

After wallowing in defeat, Alicia is getting back on the horse and taking up the case of an old client.

Here's what you need to know from last night's episode, entitled "Don't Fail":

RD is back with another legal issue to tackle. Kalinda and Cary fall over themselves to testify against Lemond Bishop. After her downfall, Alicia is returning to the firm, or is she?

Here's what you need to know from last night's episode, entitled "The Deconstruction":

One minute you're on top, and the next you're on the bottom. Alicia barely even got a chance to get her new State's Attorney seat warm before allegations of voting fraud threatens her position. Meanwhile, Diane faces losing her law license for something she didn't even know about.

Here's what you need to know from last night's episode, entitled "Winning Ugly":

Religious freedom accommodations, falsifying metadata, and email privacy. This week's "The Good Wife" tried to cram too many issues into one episode.

Here's what you need to know from last night's episode, entitled "Loser Edit":

After a hard fought campaign, newly elected State's Attorney Alicia basks in the honeymoon period of her success. Meanwhile, the firm represents a filmmaker suing a video-sharing site and finds itself a victim of hackers.

Here's what you need to know from last night's episode, entitled "Undisclosed Recipients":