Wyoming Police Warn Solar Eclipse Tourists to Leave Legal Weed at Home – News

Later this month the moon will pass between the earth and the sun, creating an almost perfect solar eclipse, and giving us yet another late summer occasion to hang out in nature and get stoned with our friends. But if you’re planning on rolling up cones and heading to Wyoming for clear skies and total blackout, you might want to reconsider.

On August 21st, most of America will be able to see parts of the astrological event, but hundreds of thousands are expected to flock to Wyoming to experience the “path of totality,” or complete eclipse, and according to Westword, Cowboy State cops are not excited about the type of tourist attracted to the scientific phenomenon. The Wyoming Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police released a statement this week warning tourists from nearby Colorado, Nevada, Washington and Colorado to leave their bud behind.

“Traffic laws will be strictly enforced, and driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs will not be tolerated on Wyoming’s roadways,” WASCOP executive director Byron Oedekoven said. “Medical marijuana is not legal in Wyoming, and even if you have a card from another state, it is still illegal to possess marijuana in…

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