The Supreme Court was scheduled to confer over a major marijuana case Feb. 19 but has postponed the meeting due to late Justice Antonin Scalia’s memorial ceremony at the Supreme Court falling on the same day, according a SCOTUS Blog report.

The Supreme Court was set to weigh in on a challenge to Colorado’s marijuana legalization law launched by Nebraska and Oklahoma.

The two neighboring states claim Colorado’s marijuana law has created a situation where marijuana is now illegally crossing the border into their states.

They argue that the Constitution’s Supremacy Clause means federal drug laws override states’ rights to legalize marijuana.

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