Researchers from UCLA have found some promising evidence that could lead to the development of a functioning marijuana breathalyzer.
Marijuana breathalyzers have long been in development, producing no fruitful results. A new study shows a different path.
Researchers may be closer to developing the equivalent of a breathalyzer for detecting marijuana in a person's system.
After several false starts and pandemic-related delays, it seems like THC breathalyzers are imminent.
For the love of everything holy, it’s a simple breath test for THC. It's not rocket science.
A common refrain you’ll hear from those supporting cannabis prohibition is that we simply don’t know enough about the drug to legalize it.
Police used a new breathalyzer to detect THC in drivers. This means that the Hound is now one step closer to national distribution.
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