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Federal Report: Problems with Weed DUI

A new paper issued by the United States National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) advises against the imposition of per se impairment levels for THC, or stoned driving, but comparing doses to other substances is complicating the issue.

Traffic Report: No Increase in Drugged Driving

Though driving under the influence of any substance is dangerous and must be studied. According to the latest paper on the topic, which analyzes the total number of drivers involved in fatal crashes from 2008 to 2012, inherent limitations involved in data collec...

What Do Washington State Marijuana DUI Numbers Tell Us?

The media in Washington State are trumpeting the headline “Marijuana DUIs spike following legalization.“ As TV news station KXLY in Spokane, Washington, reported, the Washington State Patrol’s Toxicology Lab produced 988 THC-positive tests from drivers i...

DUI: The Stoned Driving Conundrum

Ever since marijuana began tricking into the mainstream, legislators and law enforcement agencies have been trying to figure out a method to curb a predicted influx in stoned driving. Unlike alcohol, there is no breathalyzer currently available for police officers to gaug...

Cali THC No Tolerance DUI Bill is Dead

California law enforcement will not be busting responsible medical marijuana users for stoned driving anytime in the near future. Last week, the state legislature killed a bill that would have allowed prosecutors to pursue a DUI conviction based on a person testing positi...

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