Nov 08, 2015

Oklahoma, Nebraska, Colorado Lock and Load for the Great Pot War | PJ Media

The attorneys general of Oklahoma and Nebraska have filed suit in the U.S. Supreme Court in an effort to shut down the billion-dollar legal marijuana industry in Colorado.Jon Caldara, the president of “free-thought” think tank the Independence Institute in Denver, told PJM it’s a “silly lawsuit.”However, if the Supreme Court justices don’t see it his way, Caldara said Colorado could countersue...

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