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Calif. company offers answers to impaired driving with marijuana breathalyzer

In addition to identifying impaired drivers, the test could also help suspected impaired drivers who are not guilty, too. With the breathalyzer, an officer will be able to determine if a suspected driver is not under the influence. View the full article here >


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Could a dual-purpose breathalyzer keep drugged drivers off the road?

“Even though it’s legal, it’s not legal to drive impaired,” [Walpole Police Chief John Carmichael] said. “Allowing the officers on the street to have the right tools to address this is very important.” View the full article here >


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Marijuana in Massachusetts

Warren Tolman told Boston Herald Radio Wednesday about a new pot breath test that will be a tool for cops in identifying impaired drivers on the road. View the full article here (scroll to “Marijuana in Massachusetts” section) >


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Director of Business Development at Hound Labs joins Morning Meeting

People have to realize it’s not legal to drive impaired, period. […] While you or I may not do it, it’s the person in the car behind us or in front of us that is driving stoned who is going to pose a problem to us and our families. Listen to the full interview here…


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California company develops first dual marijuana, alcohol breathalyzer test

It’s illegal to drive impaired in all 50 states. And whether you’re impaired by marijuana or by alcohol, it doesn’t matter, that’s clearly illegal. View the full article here >


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Drug Tests Show Marijuana Use at 14-Year High Among Workers

“It makes a difference if someone used marijuana at some point in the last four hours, versus the last four days,” Mr. Hall [executive vice president of environmental health and safety at executive vice president of environmental health and safety] said. View the full article here >


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