Kansas law enforcement officials say high-grade marijuana from Colorado has largely replaced less potent homegrown and Mexican sources of the drug in Kansas. Pot is displayed here at a Denver dispensary.
Kansas law enforcement officials say high-grade marijuana from Colorado has largely replaced less potent homegrown and Mexican sources of the drug in Kansas. Pot is displayed here at a Denver dispensary. Brennan Linsley AP
Kansas law enforcement officials say high-grade marijuana from Colorado has largely replaced less potent homegrown and Mexican sources of the drug in Kansas. Pot is displayed here at a Denver dispensary. Brennan Linsley AP

Kansas potheads are getting a higher-grade high from Colorado marijuana

October 11, 2016 10:50 AM