Should states (countries, territories) have rights to demand changes be made to legal system of others?
If so, which type of laws should be subject to change?
Second hand smoke
What about other types of laws (identify some)?
Colorado Sued by Neighbors Over Legal Marijuana
http://www.nbcnews.com/watch/nbc-news/colorado-sued-by-neighbors-over-legal-marijuana-374936131860 - December 19th 2014 - Steve Staeger, KUSA
Nebraska and Oklahoma sued Colorado in U.S. Supreme Court, arguing state-legalized marijuana is spilling
across state lines.
Oklahoma Protesters Criticize State For Suing Colorado Over Pot
http://denver.cbslocal.com/2015/01/09/oklahoma-protesters-criticize-state-for-suing-colorado-over-pot/ - January 9, 2015
Protesters rallied in Oklahoma City Thursday to oppose their state attorney general’s decision to join a lawsuit against Colorado over its legalized marijuana laws.
“This lawsuit is coming from a state attorney general that has claimed to champion states’ rights and (criticize) government overreach, yet at the same time now he’s fighting against states’ rights, so it’s hypocrisy of the highest order,”