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Marijuana drug test in works; could be relief for employers

“The thing that’s groundbreaking about this test is it can distinguish recent use from historic use,” Mr. Boxer said. “An employee in many states has a legal right to use cannabis.” View the full article here >

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On your mark. Get set. Blow: The race to build a breathalyzer for weed

Old tests for marijuana looked for trace elements in things like blood, urine, and hair. But legalization changed all of this. Suddenly marijuana testing became a spectrum, with the need to delineate between the person who threw five on it a week ago, but who still has evidence of weed in their bodily fluids, and…

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Marijuana Breath Tests Could be Available by 2020

“I actually do see it as benefiting all parties,” he told the Bee. Most tests currently used by employers reveal marijuana use stretching back as far as 30 days, meaning workers could be penalized in some cases even if they are not high on the job. View the full article here >

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Breathalyzer for weed, backed by Philly investor, could be a ‘game changer’ for legalization efforts

“It’s a game changer,” said John Hudak, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution who has written extensively on marijuana legalization. View the full article here >

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See a 1st look at the marijuana breathalyzer

As more states legalize recreational marijuana, law enforcement is hoping to detect those driving under the influence. NBC News received an exclusive look at a new breathalyzer, tested by officials on the streets over Labor Day weekend. NBC’s Stephanie Gosk reports for TODAY. View the full article here >

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Marijuana Breathalyzers could soon be a reality

The device would be able to test if someone had smoked within the past three hours. Some locals […] say that marijuana breathalyzers could crack down on impaired driving and it could be beneficial to businesses. View the full article here >

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