Nebraska and Oklahoma Sue Over Colorado's Legal Marijuana Law

Republican attorneys general versus legal weed.

Marijuana buds and one hundred U.S. dollar bills ($100) are arranged for a photograph in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2011

Photographer: Brent Lewin/Bloomberg

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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