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Medicinally Stoned: Is Driving High Really a Problem?

Medical marijuana continues to stir up controversy with regard to the issue of impaired driving. While registered medical marijuana patients that get behind the wheel of a car can certainly expect the same treatment as anyone operating a motor vehicle under the influence ...

Marijuana Breathalyzer Close to Reality

"If You Are Going to Get High, You Better Not Drive," or some other lame public service slogan will surely be plastered on billboards all across America as soon as science successfully figures out a way to stick it to the average citizen with the marijuana breat...

THC Concentrations Don’t Predict Driving Impairment

Earlier this month two states -- Montana and Oklahoma -- enacted per se legislation prohibiting drivers from operating a motor vehicle if they possessed trace quantities of cannabinoids in their system. Under these new laws, prosecutors no longer have to prove that a defe...

Colorado Senate Passes Stoned Driving Law

On Tuesday, the Colorado State Senate passed legislation that establishes a standard for driving under the influence (DUI) of marijuana. House Bill 1325 sets the limit at five nanograms of THC per milliliter of blood. The bill passed by a 24-11 vote.   The ...

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