Colorado attorney general worried over legal pot lawsuit
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CancelSendSent!A link has been sent to your friend’s email address.Posted!A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Associated Press, news source 10:14 a.m. MDT March 29, 2015GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (AP) – Colorado’s attorney general says the Nebraska and Oklahoma lawsuit that asks the U.S. Supreme court to curtail Colorado’s new recreational marijuana law could have dire consequences for all three states.Attorney General Cynthia Coffman says if the U.S. Supreme Court sides with the two states that border Colorado, the decision would take away the regulatory system that Colorado has built, while leaving the vote to legalize marijuana intact.Colorado argued in a response to the lawsuit that Nebraska and Oklahoma filed the case in an attempt to reach across their borders and selectively invalidate state laws with which they disagree.The Grand Junction Daily Sentinel reportsCoffman said bordering states have to deal with people leaving Colorado with marijuana that is illegal within their borders.___Information from: The Daily Sentinel, https://www.gjsentinel.com(Copyright 2015 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)3/29/2015 9:37:40 AM (GMT -6:00)Read or Share this story: https://on9news.tv/1bGVZuw 0) { %> 0) { %> 0) { %> – Click Here To Visit Article Source