Colorado DUI data raises concern about the dangers of driving while high
Would be interesting to see what the numbers were like at the end of 2017. I don't know if I believe the numbers but if this was true, how would something like this be regulated? with it being legal for recreational and medical use what is the "legal" limit as the article put it? ...interesting graph to say the least
Another witch hunt I call it. Any damn substance that alters your state of being can effect driving. Hell coffee can effect driving, you have one to many cups of coffee and get behind the wheel. This "concern" with cannabis and driving is for crap. I don't see these asshats blasting the liquor industry or the pharmaceutical industry with opioid driving issues. It's easy to pick on cannabis though right.
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