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Legal Pot, Iraq War Reunion And Martha Wainwright

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Legal Pot, Iraq War Reunion And Martha Wainwright

Legal Pot, Iraq War Reunion And Martha Wainwright

Legal Pot, Iraq War Reunion And Martha Wainwright

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Martha Wainwright's newest album, Come Home to Mama, was inspired by the death of her mother and birth of her son, which happened about two months apart. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Martha Wainwright's newest album, Come Home to Mama, was inspired by the death of her mother and birth of her son, which happened about two months apart.

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In this week's episode of weekends on All Things Considered, the future of legalized pot. Then an Iraqi doctor and an American Colonel reunite after the death of a son. And an author's surprising racial self-discovery. Plus Martha Wainwright's new album and tribute to her musical mother.

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