Even in areas of prohibition, prosecutors and judges are, at times, taking a more relaxed approach to people busted for weed.
While driving stoned isn’t necessarily the safest thing a person could be doing, it's a lot less hazardous than driving with a head full of prescription drugs.
There were more than 10,000 alcohol-impaired driving deaths in 2018, but it's unknown how many of those marijuana contributed to.
Unlike the breathalyzer, which can detect alcohol impairment within seconds, Indiana’s new drug test experiment only shows that a motorist has used drugs.
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New data shows 1 in 5 Canadians have recently driven high or driven with someone who was.
Researchers analyzed data spanning two decades and detected no uptick in pedestrian deaths following new marijuana laws.
Many heavy users relied on a “gut check” to determine whether they could drive safely or not after using, according to a new study.
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