Just weeks before the one-year anniversary of legal marijuana in Colorado, the state’s status as breaker of the green ceiling is under assault from an unlikely source: its neighbors. Late last week, Oklahoma Attorney General announced that his state was teaming up with Nebraska to petition the Supreme Court to declare legal marijuana in Colorado “unconstitutional.”
Their main gripe — that weed is wending its way into their states from Colorado. The lawsuit has set off a regional war between the top lawyers in the states.
ABC’s Jim Ryan joined us to discuss:
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