Maine residents and visitors looking forward to cannabis social clubs will have to wait much longer than previously expected.
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Marijuana users’ self-proclaimed holiday is linked with a slight increase in fatal U.S. car crashes, an analysis of 25 years of data found.
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.
A federal marijuana impairment report has cast a shadow of doubt over the THC testing methods and regulations used by law enforcement officers in America, citing the inability to detect THC impairment from biological test samples and the worthlessness of establishing a “per se” limit to designate THC impairment.
A Bay Area company says it has successfully measured marijuana impairment in drivers. The test could provide law enforcement with a much-needed tool to identify people driving while stoned.
There’s no breathalyzer for marijuana, so catching high drivers is the job of Drug Recognition Evaluators. See how it’s done in Canada.
A California man is facing potential with manslaughter and DUI of drugs, but proving impairment and a marijuana DUI may be difficult in court.
What that means is each and every case where prosecutors charge a medical marijuana user with breaking the law requires expert testimony to show that particular individual was impaired at that particular level of THC.
An initiative to legalize marijuana will make it more difficult to prosecute people for impaired driving.
On Sept. 8, 2016, researchers at Stanford announced that they have developed a device that they believe can quickly measure marijuana intoxication in drivers.
With millions of voters in Massachusetts poised to vote on a referendum to legalize recreational marijuana in the state, a citizen panel has just released its findings on legalization’s potential impacts.
In the state of Florida, one state legislator is offering his own answer to the drugged driving question in the form of a bill that would set a blood level limit on individuals driving under the influence of marijuana.
In Washington, the state legislature has recently passed HB 1276, a bill aimed at preventing driving under the influence of marijuana.
One of the challenges facing lawmakers in states with legal marijuana, medicinal or recreational, is the question of drugged driving.
With the legalization of recreational marijuana, driving while impaired quickly became an overwhelming concern for entire states, not just the users of marijuana.
After 15 hearings, hundreds of hours and thousands voices heard, the Alaska Senate has finally passed a marijuana regulatory bill.
With the start of the New Year, many actors in our political system like to sit back, reflect on the past year and then obfuscate the facts in favor of something more pleasing to entrenched interests.
Marijuana on the Roads: Part 4
“Sir/Ma’am, can you step out of the vehicle?” That is a phrase heard by thousands of individuals every year after they are pulled over for driving under the influence of alcohol.