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Pot Breathalyzer Could Distinguish Users From Impaired Drivers

Over the past year, several tech companies have come forward with breathalyzers they claim can gauge marijuana impairment, but only one has argued the ability to distinguish between a regular user and a high driver.

Washington State: Police to Stake Out Pot Shops

As the newly legalized marijuana trade of Washington state prepares to open its doors to the populous later next week, police across the state are preparing to put the kibosh on this historical event by staking out retail pot shops and busting people for stoned driving.

How to Fix the Stoned Driving Conundrum

Now that we’re moving from the “if we’re going to legalize marijuana” into the “when and how” phase, one obstacle facing the marijuana movement is the debate over so-called “stoned driving.” If we’re going to win this ...

Marijuana Breathalyzer Introduced

The reality of the marijuana breathalyzer may soon be on the horizon. A former Royal Canadian Mounted Police officer has reportedly developed the first inception of a breath test aimed at giving law enforcement agencies the tools to bust stoned motorists.

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...

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