Amendment 64: Business organizations ask feds to clamp down on Colorado marijuana measure

In the wake of the Amendment 64's passage, Democratic and Republican officials have proposed a bill that would exempt Colorado from federal laws prohibiting marijuana use. Now, a coalition of business organizations opposed to A64 are urging the feds to do the opposite: enforce federal law, even if it contradicts the policy supported by a majority of Colorado voters.
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