Ten sheriffs from three different states sued Colorado Thursday for decriminalizing marijuana — joining a handful of recent legal challenges urging courts to strike down the state’s legalization of recreational pot.
The state of Colorado is due to respond later this month to a lawsuit by two states that want the U.S. Supreme Court to halt legalized marijuana.
Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson on Tuesday defended a state lawsuit against legalized marijuana in Colorado, saying he will go forward with the suit filed by his predecessor weeks before Peterson took office.
Protesters rallied in Oklahoma City Thursday to oppose their state attorney general’s decision to join a lawsuit against Colorado over its legalized marijuana laws.
Some western Nebraska law enforcement officials are cheering a new state lawsuit that seeks to thwart Colorado’s legalization of marijuana, even as Colorado vows to fight it in court.
Colorado’s Attorney General John Suthers promises to vigorously defend the state’s historic law legalizing marijuana after Nebraska and Oklahoma asked the U.S. Supreme Court to declare it unconstitutional.
The lawsuit announced Thursday from Nebraska and Oklahoma may be heard by the U.S. Supreme Court, but the case already fails the common sense test.
Nebraska and Oklahoma are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to declare Colorado’s legalization of marijuana unconstitutional.
Bob Stitt will become the new head coach at Montana, making the jump from Division II to the FCS.
A 22-year-old man, who is sitting in a Colorado jail on another case, has been charged in Nebraska with killing an 18-year-old man whose body was found in April.