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Legal Battles Over Pot Are Over For Now, Cesar Chavez In Colorado, Tax Inversions, ‘Feed Zone Table’ Recipes

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The Supreme Court handed Colorado a victory last week when it refused to hear a lawsuit from Oklahoma and Nebraska over legal marijuana. We have an update on that and other suits triggered by Colorado's pot laws, with Sam Kamin, who teaches criminal and constitutional law at the University of Denver. Then, to mark the birthday of labor activist Cesar Chavez, we hear about his time in Colorado fighting for farm workers from Metro State's Ramon del Castillo. Also, a big Colorado company, IHS, is moving its headquarters to London and in the process will save hundreds of millions of dollars in corporate taxes. We'll dive into "inversions" with a Washington Post reporter. And, we talk to a Denver curry chef who wants to fuel your workouts.