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The annual pro-pot rallies on April 20th incurred a real downer at some universities

The annual pro-pot rallies on April 20--a high holy day for marijuana lovers, since the number 420 is linked to cannabis use--always cause consternation among officials at the University of Colorado at Boulder, as on other campuses across the U.S. But it's the aftermath of this year's event that's proving the real downer. Three students last week announced plans to sue CU, asserting that efforts to stop the rally violated their civil rights.

Sophomores Makenna Salaverry, Megan Malone and Somerset Tullius were among a crowd of 2,500 that gathered on a CU field to protest antimarijuana laws. Campus police posted...

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