ICYMI: Here are the headlines making news this week on The Fresh Toast.
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.
Research published last year found that a lot of people with THC coursing through their veins are driving around with minors riding shotgun.
The National Survey on Drug Use and Health says there were more than 10,000 alcohol-impaired driving deaths in 2018, but it's unknown how many of those marijuana contributed to.
Now that marijuana is legal in more spots across the United States, people seem to have this idea that it's okay to be all willy-nilly about their pot use.
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We're all used to wearing face masks at this point, but it takes a certain kind to protect us from air pollution.
Cannabis advocates have waited almost two years for the vote.
The MORE Act ends federal marijuana prohibition and the criminalization of cannabis by descheduling marijuana from the Controlled Substances Act (CSA).
Opposing forces think legalizing marijuana should be postponed until Congress can pass a COVID relief bill.