Law enforcement officers face new challenges
With recreational cannabis use legal in more than 23 states and Washington, DC, more people now drive under the influence.
A 2017 survey by the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) found that over 50% of the (marijuana) users reported consistently driving high in the past 30 days.
Existing roadside drug tests cannot identify recent cannabis use.
Oral fluid tests measure residual THC which can be present for up to 72 hours after marijuana use — long after safety-impacting effects subside.
Officers need better information at the roadside about recent cannabis use.
Using a breathalyzer to measure THC in breath provides the best data.
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