Nebraska and Oklahoma Sue Over Colorado's Legal Marijuana Law
The first year of fully legal marijuana sales in Colorado turned out as well as adherents could have hoped. Moving the black market into daylight netted the state around $60 million. There has been no crime wave; there has been no civilizational collapse, except for Democrats who wanted Senator Mark Udall to win his re-election race.
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