“Legalizing the use of recreational marijuana in Colorado, Oregon, and Washington, has been linked to increased car crashes in these three states, according to a new study by the Highway Loss Data Institute (HLDI).” Read More
“In the eight states where recreational pot is legal, companies might not care whether their workers smoked weed the night before, but would definitely care if they are driving trucks or school buses while stoned.” Read more
If the company can successfully develop a device of this nature, it would become the largest marijuana enterprise. The breathalyzer will be geared towards law enforcement and companies that perform drug testing.The company also has a more affordable consumer-grade product in the pipeline. Read More
“But Hound Labs says, “Our ability to measure THC in breath really should shift the national dialogue from one about simply detecting if THC is in someone’s body to a conversation where standards can be developed that reflect actual impairment.” Read more
“In a Tuesday interview, the CEO of marijuana breathalyzer company Hounds Labs, Mike Lynn, told U.S. News he expected to be taking orders from law enforcement agencies in late 2017, with a relationship between readouts and intoxication increasingly becoming apparent by the time Vermont would allow recreational use.” Read More
About Hound Labs, Inc.
Hound Labs, Inc. is a scientific device company that developed the first technology to rapidly, accurately, and inexpensively detect and measure the levels of both marijuana and alcohol in a person’s breath. Dr. Mike Lynn, an ER physician, reserve deputy sheriff, and former venture capitalist and Mr. Kuni Oh, a patent attorney with deep technical background in engineering and science co-founded the Oakland-based company in 2014.
Learn about the Hound Foundation.