By declining to hear a case brought by Nebraska and Oklahoma against Colorado over its pot legalization law, the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday rejected what one advocacy group described as "misguided effort to undo cautious and effective state-level regulation of marijuana."
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Thirty-three states have some form of legal medicinal marijuana? That's two thirds of the states--putting us squarely in the middle of Article 5 Constitutional Convention territory. SCOTUS would have been totally batshit crazy to take this on, as the lopsided vote indicates.
"Marijuana flows from this gap into neighboring states, undermining Plaintiff States’ own marijuana bans, draining their treasuries, and placing stress on their criminal justice systems," the lawsuit claimed.
Only in Nebraskwards would tptb decide to go after the intelligent states instead of joining them in LEGALIZING it! I am seriously embarrassed to admit I live here!