The Washington Times

Legal marijuana has states scrambling to get cops roadside tests for weed-impaired drivers

“Currently law enforcement uses the combination of observations, sobriety tests, and objective alcohol breathalyzer results to make decisions at the roadside about a driver’s recent alcohol use. When assessing recent cannabis use, law enforcement is missing objective cannabis breathalyzer results,” said Dr. Mike Lynn, CEO of Hound Labs. “We will be able to provide the objective results that law enforcement needs to make more informed decisions at the roadside.”

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April 28, 2022

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