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CDOT Launches Campaign to Combat Cannabis-Impaired Driving

CDOT Launches Campaign to Combat Cannabis-Impaired Driving

CDOT Launches Campaign to Combat Cannabis-Impaired Driving

In an effort to combat cannabis-impaired driving, the Colorado Department of Transportation has launched a new prevention campaign that invites state residents to share their opinions and habits on driving with cannabis.

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CBA Statement: More Research and Proper Coding Needed to Determine the True Impact of Legal Cannabis in Traffic Incidents

DENVER, June 23, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — The Cannabis Business Alliance (CBA) has released a statement in response to a recent insurance study by the Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI) linking the legalization of recreational marijuana with an increase in car crashes reported to insurers.

420 Prep in Denver: Colorado and Lyft Join Forces

420 Prep in Denver: Colorado and Lyft Join Forces

On March 20, 2017, the Colorado Department of Transportation announced that it has partnered with the ridesharing company Lyft to introduce the 320 Movement, a campaign to encourage cannabis consumers to plan their rides before getting high.

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CDOT and Lyft Launch ‘320 Movement’ to Promote Marijuana Safety

DENVER, March 20, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Next month, tens of thousands of people will gather in Civic Center Park in a celebration of cannabis culture—more affectionately known as 4/20. As marijuana users begin to plan their attendance at what is estimated to be the world’s largest 4/20 rally, CDOT has partnered with Lyft to launch the 320 Movement, a movement to plan a ride before you’re high.

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Forgot the Propane? Too Stoned to Drive?

Marijuana is legal to varying degrees in some parts of the country. As a result, through public-service announcements, law enforcement and departments of transportation are taking to the airwaves and billboards across the land to let drivers know they shouldn’t drive stoned.


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