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Survey: 33% of Employees Witness Cannabis Use on the Job
Collisions Spike in Five Legalized-Marijuana States
Survey Shows Co-Users of Alcohol and Marijuana Engage in Riskiest Driving
State of the Fleet Industry: Latest Trends in Fleet Safety Protocols and Procedures
AAA: Marijuana Involved Fatal Crashes on the Rise in Washington
Illinois Legalizes Recreational Marijuana

Illinois Legalizes Recreational Marijuana

Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed House Bill 1438 into law on June 25, making Illinois the 11th state in the nation to legalize marijuana for recreational use.

June 26, 2019

Drugged Driving Deaths in Iowa Nearly Double
Over 50% of Michigan Medical Marijuana Users Drive High

Over 50% of Michigan Medical Marijuana Users Drive High

Some 56% of people who use medical cannabis for chronic pain say they have driven under the influence of the drug within two hours of using it, according to a new study from the University of Michigan.

January 25, 2019

Crashes Rise in Four Legal Marijuana States

Crashes Rise in Four Legal Marijuana States

Insurance claims in four states that have legalized recreational marijuana have increased 6%, while police-reported crashes have increased 5% in three of the states.

October 22, 2018

Pot Breathalyzer Device Holds Promise for Detecting Drug Impairment
Marijuana Use and Driving

Marijuana Use and Driving

This video, produced by the Los Angeles Times, offers five facts about marijuana use and driving. Video courtesy of L.A. Times via YouTube. 

January 8, 2018

Calif. Steps Up Drugged Driving Detection

Calif. Steps Up Drugged Driving Detection

California law enforcement representatives and legislators gathered in Sacramento on May 10 to demonstrate new methods for detecting drugged driving. Included was a portable saliva test. Next year, the state's law permitting recreational marijuana use goes into effect. Video courtesy of KPIX5.

May 11, 2017

Colo. Spreads Anti-Drugged Driving Message

Colo. Spreads Anti-Drugged Driving Message

The Colorado Department of Transportation recently unveiled its "slow-speed chase" vehicles, wrapped in marijuana safety messages, to raise public awareness of the dangers of marijuana-impaired driving. Video courtesy of CDOT.

June 8, 2016

Pot-Impaired Driving Tough to Prosecute
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