The pot shops should just bus them over. Call it the canni-bus.

Seth Paxton reports for Fox News:

Road trip: Colorado pot shops lure college kids from nearby states

Neighboring Colorado is Oklahoma, a state where both medical and recreational marijuana is illegal. With little surprise to State of Oklahoma officials, Colorado marijuana has since made it to Oklahoma, and has done so with relative ease. This includes college campuses, prime targets for this new supply line of marijuana.

A female student at Oklahoma State Universtiy, who asked to remain anonymous, said that she and a group of friends had made a trip to Colorado just before the start of the school year.

“We brought back tons. Probably close to $400 worth,” she said.

But she isn’t alone. She said other groups of students drive to the nearest “pot shop” across the border, get their goods, and drive home.

This trend among not just college students, but also teenagers and adults, has Mark Woodward, spokesperson for the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics, very worried.

“We have worked several cases involving Oklahomans traveling to Colorado and bringing high-potency marijuana back with them,” he said. Our concern is Colorado scientists growing the strongest, most potent marijuana we have ever dealt with in the United States.”