WABE's Week In Review: Georgia approves limited cannabis production and experts eye what could test the state's elections

In this April 12, 2018, photo, a marijuana plant awaits transplanting at the Hollingsworth Cannabis Company near Shelton, Wash. Thirty states have legalized some form of medical marijuana, according to a national advocacy group. Nine of those states and Washington, D.C., also have broad legalization where adults 21 and older can use pot for any reason. (Ted S. Warren/AP)

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Georgia approves limited medical marijuna production…

A Georgia board overseeing the state’s efforts to get patients access to medical marijuana has approved production licenses for two companies, a step to getting patients access to medication after a seven-year wait.

Ms. Peaches has a new home…

In a year-long investigation, WABE followed Ms. Peaches in her fight for decent housing at the blighted Forest Cove apartments. Soon after the series, the city launched a relocation effort.

Months later, Ms. Peaches is finally in her new housing.

Also in this episode…

— Sam Gringlas details what election experts say could test the system for the November midterms.

—  Molly Samuel reports on the latest efforts by advocates and the city to secure the land that once belonged to the Chattahoochee Brick Company.

—  Emily Wu Pearson has more on how Atlanta is the hot spot for Black Americans moving back to the South.

— We also hear from the new head of the Georgia Bureau of Investigation on when and how state officials will investigate violations of the state’s abortion law.