(Denver Post file)

POLL: Should Colo. share pot profits with neighbors to help enforcement?

In a new lawsuit, Nebraska and Oklahoma are claiming that “marijuana flows from (Colorado) into neighboring states, undermining Plaintiff States’ own marijuana bans, draining their treasuries, and placing stress on their criminal justice systems.”

Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning echoed that sentiment in a news conference on Thursday: “Nebraska taxpayers have to bear the cost. We can’t afford to divert resources to deal with Colorado’s problem.”

Colorado Attorney General John Suthers responded thusly: “We believe this suit is without merit and we will vigorously defend against it in the U.S. Supreme Court.”

Now we’re curious what you think.

Should Colorado be required to send a portion of its pot profits to neighboring states to help enforce their anti-pot laws? Take our poll below.


POLL: Should Colorado be required to send a portion of its marijuana revenue to neighboring states to help enforce their anti-pot laws?

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Colorado legalization lawsuit:
Special report from The Cannabist

News: Nebraska, Oklahoma sue Colorado over laws legalizing recreational marijuana; Colorado’s AG John Suthers says, “We believe this suit is without merit and we will vigorously defend against it in the U.S. Supreme Court.”

Top tweets: “Nebraska and Oklahoma want to ruin everything” and others

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