Kansas isn't exactly being overrun by marijuana from Colorado, but law enforcement officials there are finding more edible cannabis products and higher-quality pot in the state.
The Kansas Attorney General's Office released a survey of law enforcement officials and prosecutors [PDF] that sought to provide a picture of how Colorado's legalization of marijuana is affecting its neighbor to the east.
Survey responses indicate that Colorado marijuana is prevalent in Kansas. While some jurisdictions reported an increase in marijuana crimes, the main finding is that Colorado pot is replacing lower-quality marijuana from Mexico and home-grown marijuana.
Legal sales of marijuana for recreational purposes in Colorado began in early 2014.
Read more at the Denver Business Journal: http://bizj.us/1okmvy
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