The Attorneys General of two neighboring states, Nebraska and Oklahoma, are suing Colorado in order to have their marijuana legalization policy declared unconstitutional.
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Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt said in a statement that Colorado’s policy has “injured Oklahoma’s ability to enforce our policies against marijuana.” Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning held a news conference, as the Associated Press reported:
“This contraband has been heavily trafficked into our state,” Bruning said at a news conference in Lincoln. “While Colorado reaps millions from the sale of pot, Nebraska taxpayers have to bear the cost.”