The Supreme Court will decide if the case against Colorado can go forward, Ohio pot legalizers call it quits for now, Detroit dispensaries are facing a crackdown, a New Jersey bill would criminalize pregnant women who use drugs, and more.
Where did the drugs go? (justice.gov)
Supreme Court Hears Case Against Colorado Legalization Today. The nation’s highest court is deciding whether to take up a challenge against the state’s legal pot law from neighboring Nebraska and Oklahoma. But the death of Justice Antonin Scalia last weekend could mean that the case is doomed—with the conservative jurist gone, the court is likely to split 4-4 on the case, meaning it won’t grant review and Oklahoma and Nebraska lose.
Ohio Legalization Initiative Campaign Calls It Quits. The group, Legalize Ohio 2016, says it has put its signature gathering drive on hold because it doesn’t have any money. The group’s political action committee, Ohioans to End Prohibition, had only $268 in the bank. The group has some 80,000 signatures, but needs more than 300,000 valid voter signatures to qualify for the…