Vermont is the least religious state; 21% of its residents are classified as very religious.
Two other New England states, Maine and Massachusetts, are the second- and third-least religious.
So how does the California family court or California judge handle competing persons seeking custody of the child?
According to California family code section 3040 child custody should be granted in an order of preference and according to the best interest of the child.
Most recently, in April 2015, a federal judge in Sacramento upheld the constitutionality of cannabis’ Schedule I classification in a case argued by members of the NORML Legal Committee.
The judge’s ruling opined that the federal law ought to remain in place as long as there remains any dispute among experts as to cannabis’ safety and efficacy.
Child custody may be petitioned by parents, grandparents, stepparents, or any person who believes they can provide suitable care and guidance to the child.
The court looks first to grant custody to both parents jointly or to either parent before looking to grant custody to other persons.
California however does not currently establish a preference or a presumption for or against joint custody arrangements.
Foreword Endocannabinoid System Why Medical Cannabis Alzheimer's Disease ALS Chronic Pain Diabetes Mellitus Dystonia Epilepsy Fibromyalgia GI Disorders Gliomas/Cancer Hepatitis C HIV Huntington's Disease Hypertension Incontinence MRSA Multiple Sclerosis Osteoporosis Parkinson's Disease Post-Traumatic Stress Pruritus Rheumatoid Arthritis Sleep Apnea Tourette's Syndrome Humans have cultivated and consumed the flowering tops of the female cannabis plant, colloquially known as marijuana, since virtually the beginning of recorded history. In 2008, archeologists in Central Asia discovered over two-pounds of cannabis in the 2,700-year-old grave of an ancient shaman.
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