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Colorado, Washington square off with Oklahoma, Nebraska over pot law
Colorado, Washington square off with Oklahoma, Nebraska over pot law

The top law enforcement officials in Colorado and Washington are urging the U.S. Supreme Court to reject a lawsuit from states that seek to strike down Colorado laws that legalize recreational marijuana use. Oklahoma and Nebraska filed their suit directly with the Supreme Court, arguing that Colorado's move to legalize marijuana conflicts with federal drug regulations. The Oklahoma and Nebraska attorneys general contend that easy access to marijuana has led to a surge in trafficking, with residents crossing into Colorado to purchase pot legally and sell it -- illicitly -- at home in Nebraska or Oklahoma. Kansas has also considered joining the suit. In a 49-page brief...

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