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Marijuana In the Midwest? Nebraska Lawmakers Consider Cannabis Legalization

In 2014, Nebraska sued Colorado for selling marijuana. Now, state legislators are considering making medical marijuana available to their own citizens.

State lawmakers in Nebraska are considering a new bill that would allow for the use of medical marijuana, which would make it the first heartland state to do so.

A traditionally red state, Nebraska joined Oklahoma in suing Colorado after the Rocky Mountain State approved adult-use marijuana in 2014. The two states argued that growers in Colorado were illegally selling marijuana in their states.

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