Kansas Po-Po Confronts Missouri Recreational Weed Reckoning


A trend worth considering with the knowledge that weed is pretty much widely available EVERYWHERE and we're really just talking about archaic laws that are mostly ignored . . .

Kansas isn't going to be able to enforce weed law with any semblance of effectiveness or fairness as soon as Missouri approves fun time weed.

Here's a more polite way of noting this challenge . . . 

"And even if Kansas passes medical marijuana legislation, Missouri-sold recreational marijuana would still be illegal in Kansas. There is also still a question on how police will handle this situation when people cross the state line and how aggressively authorities may move on enforcement."

Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .

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