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Axios Pro Rata: The BFD

“Why it’s the BFD: THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, can remain in a user’s system for days (perhaps even weeks) after the period of impairment. That means traditional tests ― hair, urine, blood, etc. ― are less valuable in an age of increased legalization. What’s key is knowing if someone is driving or working while…

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State Patrol in 2nd Year of Testing Roadside Marijuana Devices

“We don’t want a device that says you smoked pot three days ago and gets you arrested. That’s pointless,” said Hound Labs CEO Dr. Mike Lynn, who is an emergency medicine physician and reserve deputy sheriff. “People who smoke pot tend to get high and then it gets into their bloodstream very, very quickly. After…

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The Hound marijuana breathalyzer – Detects both smoked and edible

“No one wants drivers detained or wrongfully arrested because residual THC was detected days or even weeks after use. That’s the fundamental flaw of current detection methods that rely on tests of bodily fluids such as saliva, blood, and urine – methods that cannot isolate recent use because they detect THC long after the window…

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A Hound for Weed

“We finally have a tool to identify drivers who are actually stoned—and also to make sure we don’t arrest people who legally smoked pot the night before and are not stoned,” [Hound Labs CEO and co-founder, Dr. Mike Lynn] said. Read More

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