The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday asked for the views of the Obama administration on a dispute between states over Colorado’s 2012 legalization of marijuana.
The action is a sign that the high court is interested in the dispute, which came to the justices through its so-called “original jurisdiction” over lawsuits between the states.
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