Colorado Law Treating Marijuana Magazines Like Pornography Already Abandoned

A Colorado law requiring marijuana magazines to be sold behind counters like pornography has been abandoned before it even takes effect. On Monday, State lawyers asked a federal judge to order a permanent injunction on a recently enacted law.

The law required magazines about pot to be kept from newsstands in stores that allow shoppers under 21, similar to pornography. However, last week Colorado officials stated that they wouldn’t enforce the law, even calling it unconstitutional. On Monday, they took another step in the right direction, asking the judge to take the requirement off Colorado books for good.

Hopefully the judge agrees to take the ridiculously unnecessary law of the books, and realizes that the people of Colorado voted to legalize marijuana.