Supreme Court To Throw Out The Case, And Filed A Brief On Friday That Says Blocking Colorados Regulated Marijuana Market Would Be A Dangerous Move, The Huffington Post Reported .

Congress Allows Pizza To Be Considered <a href=Medical marijuana Vegetable In School Lunches’ /> Paul, Minnesota, to what they say was an illicit marijuana dealing operation, the StarTribune reports . Police say 32-year-old Ryan D. Brooks, Sr. ran the business along with his 61-year-old mother and 82-year-old grandmother. Extra toppings, please (Credit: Joe Raedle/Getty Images) Brooks was in jail in 2008 and 2009, and an officer who encountered him at that time said he bragged about laundering money through a pizza business, according to a claim included in the charges. Brooks said he utilized pizza boxes and bags to deliver marijuana under the guise of making pizza deliveries, the charges said. Colorado fights back against marijuana lawsuit Nebraska and Oklahoma are suing Colorado over its legal weed law, claiming the drug flows easily across borders and into their states. The Colorado Attorney Generals Office wants the U.S. Supreme Court to throw out the case, and filed a brief on Friday that says blocking Colorados regulated marijuana market would be a dangerous move, The Huffington Post reported . Attorney General Cynthia Coffman writes in the brief that Nebraska and Oklahoma acknowledge Colorado has the right to legalize marijuana, but still want to take away the power to regulate and tax sales.

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