SCOTUS Rejects Interstate Marijuana Case

The Constitution gives the Supreme Court original jurisdiction in all cases in which a state is a party.  Art. III, §2, cl. 2.  Federal statutory law follows suit.  28 U.S.C. §1251(a).   Nevertheless, earlier today, the Supreme Court refused to hear a case in which Nebraska and Oklahoma wanted to sue Colorado.  I know, I know.  Who cares, right? Well, the thing of it is, those interested in the legalization of marijuana nationwide should. Recall, although federal law prohibits the manufacturing, distribution, dispensing, and possession of marijuana, the State of Colorado, in 2012, amended its state constitution to legalize, regulate, and...

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