Nebraska, Oklahoma Sue Colorado Over Its Legal Weed
Nebraska and Oklahoma argue Colorado's legal weed is being carried over state lines illegally, placing a burden on their states' justice system.By Jay Strubberg | December 19, 2014
Two of Colorado's neighboring states have filed a lawsuit with the U.S. Supreme Court, claiming its law legalizing marijuana is unconstitutional.
The attorney generals of both Oklahoma and Nebraska sued Colorado in the nation's highest court, arguing Colorado's legal weed is being carried over state lines and sold illegally, placing a burden on their states' legal systems. (Video via KKTV)
"I'm bringing this lawsuit with my friend Scott Pruitt, the attorney of Oklahoma to stop Colorado's illegal marijuana law. ... While Colorado reached millions in the production and sale of pot, Nebraska taxpayers have to bare the cost," Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning said during a press conference.