Wyoming Highway Patrol: Keep your legally purchased pot in Colorado

http://twitter.com/#!/AlexJamesFitz/status/418871490868961280

As Twitchy reported, people in Colorado were lining up to buy recreational marijuana on Jan. 1, or “Green Wednesday.” Out-of-staters were in line to buy pot as well, but the Wyoming Highway Patrol is reminding them not to bring their new purchase across state lines.

A lengthy Facebook post gives an overview of Wyoming’s laws, but the bottom line is this: “any amount of marijuana in either dried or in plant form in the State of Wyoming is illegal to possess.” Got it?

That all-caps tweet from Wyoming is really harshing people’s mellow.

http://twitter.com/#!/nataliewardel/status/418849595251122176
http://twitter.com/#!/nycsouthpaw/status/418870979218006016
http://twitter.com/#!/dankmtl/status/418867136421834752
http://twitter.com/#!/southstands303/status/418869274812231680
http://twitter.com/#!/Phylan/status/418872042486657024

The Wyoming Highway Patrol says that troopers did see a slight increase in misdemeanor violations near the state border when Colorado legalized medical marijuana.

Read more: http://twitchy.com/2014/01/02/wyoming-highway-patrol-keep-your-legally-purchased-pot-in-colorado/