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The New York Times | Dec. 18, 2014 | Denver
 Nebraska and Oklahoma Sue Colorado Over Marijuana Law
Cultivating marijuana near Colorado Springs in February. A suit argues that an influx of marijuana has taxed law enforcement in other states. Credit
Cultivating marijuana near Colorado Springs in February. A suit argues that an influx of marijuana has taxed law enforcement in other states. Credit
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Jack Healy
Two heartland states filed the first major court challenge to marijuana legalization on Thursday, saying that Colorados growing array of state-regulated recreational marijuana shops was piping marijuana into neighboring states and should be shut down. The lawsuit was brought by attorneys general in Nebraska and Oklahoma, and asks the United States Supreme Court to strike down key parts of a 2012 voter-approved measure that legalized marijuana in Colorado for adult use and created a new system of stores, taxes and regulations surrounding retail marijuana. While marijuana r....
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Associated Press | Dec 19, | Denver
 Colorado Vows To Defend Pot Law Against States` Challenge

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Sadie Gurman And Grant Schulte
Colorado`s top law enforcement official 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, saying the drug is freely flowing into neighboring states. The two states filed a lawsuit seeking a court order to prevent Colorado from enforcing the measure known as Amendment 64, which was approved by voters in 2012 and allows recreational marijuana for adults over 21. The complaint says the measure runs afoul of federal law and therefore violates the Constitution`s su....
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The Denver Post | 12/18/2014
 Nebraska and Oklahoma sue Colorado over marijuana legalization
John Ingold
In the most serious legal challenge to date against Colorado`s legalization of marijuana, two neighboring states have asked the U.S. Supreme Court to strike down the history-making law. Nebraska and Oklahoma filed the lawsuit directly with the nation`s highest court on Thursday. The two states argue in the lawsuit that, ``the State of Colorado has created a dangerous gap in the federal drug control system.`` ``Marijuana flows from this gap into neighboring states, undermining Plaintiff States` own marijuana bans, draining their treasuries, and placing stress on their crim....
View more in new window | December 18, 2014 | Lincoln
 Jon Bruning files lawsuit over Colorados legalization of marijuana
Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning
Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning
Joe Duggan
Nebraska has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to close a dangerous gap in federal drug enforcement by making marijuana illegal again in Colorado. Now the nations highest court must decide whether it will hear the case. Attorneys General Jon Bruning of Nebraska and Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma took the extraordinary step of suing another state Thursday when they asked the Supreme Court to settle an important question: How can Colorado circumvent federal law that bans the cultivation, trafficking and possession of marijuana? The lawsuit will be closely watched by groups with interest....
View more in new window | December 18, 2014
 International Cannabis Association Enters Into Strategic Partnership with H.A. Bruno, LLC
The International Cannabis Association ICA has entered into a strategic partnership with H.A. Bruno, LLC, a leading global B2B event producer for more than 40 years, to form Leading Edge Events, LLC. Leading Edge Events will now oversee the management and business development of the ICA`s tradeshows and conferences that are at the forefront of one of the fastest growing industries in the United States. In 2015, the Cannabis World Congress & Business Exposition will again take place in the epicenter for business and media, New York City, June 17-19 at the Jacob K. Javit....
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The Huffington Post | 12/16/2014
 This Could be the Next Major Legal Marijuana Brand

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Abdullah Saeed
The continuing trend of state-level marijuana legalization has led to growing business establishment, the likes of which this recently illegal trade has never seen. At the tail-end of 2014, which saw legalization initiatives pass in Oregon, Alaska and Washington D.C., joining the ranks of Colorado and Washington, numerous purveyors of cannabis are throwing their hats into what promises to be a booming ring of commerce. As announcements of these brands emerge, cannabis consumers and legalization advocates scrutinize entrepreneurs` intentions, hoping that the next big cannabi....
View more in new window | Dec 17, 2014 | Denver
 Medical marijuana patients sue Colorado over use of patient registry fees
Eric Lupher
Medical marijuana patients are suing the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment over patient fees. The Patient and Caregiver Rights Litigation Project says the health department wants to illegally use registry application fees to fund new research on medical marijuana. The lawsuit comes as the state`s Medical Marijuana Scientific Advisory Council recommends eight research grant proposals for consideration by the Board of Health. Last year, the General Assembly SB14-155 authorized $10 million from reserves in the medical marijuana program cash fund for such ....
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Associated Press | Dec 17 | Cadillac, Mich.
 Mom Charged For Giving Sons Pot For Medical Reasons
A Michigan mother faces child abuse and other charges after authorities say she gave her 10- and 12-year-old sons marijuana for medical reasons. The 31-year-old woman from the village of Mesick in the Lower Peninsula attended a pretrial conference Tuesday in 84th District Court in Cadillac. She`s charged with delivery/manufacture of marijuana and two counts of third-degree child abuse. The Associated Press isn`t naming the woman to protect the identities of the children. The AP left a message seeking comment Wednesday from her lawyer. Wexford County Prosecutor Anthony Ba....
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NORML | December 15, 2014
 Legalization Needs the Marijuana Middle to Win
Keith Stroup
The results of a new poll recently released by Third Way, a Washington, D.C. think tank, confirms the country remains largely divided over marijuana policy, a fact also made clear from a number of previous polls, including Gallup, Pew and others. This is, of course, a positive situation for those of us who favor legalization. Only 12 percent of the public supported legalization in 1970, when NORML began challenging prohibition, and it has been a long, slow slog to win their support. And we can reasonably anticipate even higher levels of support in the near future, as the p....
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