Pot-Seizing Agents Seek To Dismiss Contempt Charge

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The U.S. Attorney’s Office in Denver has asked a federal judge to dismiss a contempt charge against agents who seized marijuana from a Colorado man who had state permission to smoke it for medical purposes, the Denver Post says. The U.S. says the agents were following federal law, which treats marijuana as contraband. Colorado law
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