Nebraska and Oklahoma are not good neighbors. Common decency says if your neighbor is having a party that's too loud you call them before calling the cops. The two states are ignoring this unwritten rule and going straight to snitching because Colorado's weed is too loud.
Colorado is being sued in the U.S. Supreme Court in an effort to reverse the state's law legalizing marijuana. Nebraska and Oklahoma are upset because they've had to spend more money on law enforcement at the border. Their argument is that Colorado's law should be struck down because it violates the Constitution's Supremacy Clause.
In response to finding out his neighbors are narcs, Colorado Attorney General John Suthers said:
"Because neighboring states have expressed concern about Colorado-grown marijuana coming into their states, we are not entirely surprised by this action. However, it appears the plaintiffs' primary grievance stems from non-enforcement of federal laws regarding marijuana, as opposed to choices made by the voters of Colorado. We believe this suit is without merit and we will vigorously defend against it in the U.S. Supreme Court."
We can neither confirm nor deny that Colorado has been stealing Nebraska and Oklahoma's newspapers as revenge.