A new report from the Washington State Traffic Safety Commission, entitle “Driver Toxicology Testing and the Involvement of Marijuana in Fatal Crashes, 2010-2014”, has generated some frightening headlines in the mainstream media.
An Indiana school system believes that using scare tactics and other modern day renditions of reefer madness is an effective method for preventing youngsters from experimenting with marijuana.
You’ve done it. I’ve done it. I’ve traveled all across America and witnessed scores of people doing it. We all say we’re not supposed to, but many of us do it anyway. Smoking pot and driving—sometimes at the same time.
Earlier last week, Washington state Governor Jay Inslee signed a piece of legislation (House Bill 1276), passing a new open container law, which makes it illegal for unwrapped marijuana products to be carried in the cockpit of a motor vehicle.
A new study—partly funded by the federal government—has found that alcohol affects a person's ability drive way more than marijuana.