Kansas Highway Patrol targets out-of-state drivers - especially those traveling from Colorado, lawsuit alleges
WICHITA, Kan. - The Kansas Highway Patrol has a practice of unlawfully targeting motorists based on their out-of-state license plates or Colorado travel plans, due to that state's legalization of marijuana, according to a federal court filing Thursday.
Friday, January 31, 2020
Lawsuit Claims Kansas Po-Po Targeting Drivers Amid Evolving Marijuana Laws
In the Kansas City metro, suburban speed traps are a way of life but this legal complaint might change highway protocol and inspire and even greater glut of local weed . . . Read more: