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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Hound Labs eyes launch of first marijuana breathalyzer

Some companies, particularly in industries involving heavy machinery, are interested in finding a way to control staff use of marijuana, now that it is legal in 10 US states and some countries around the world. View the full article here >

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This ER doctor is about to debut the first marijuana breathalyzer, and he’s already raised $35 million from investors including the creator of ‘Law & Order’

THC is present in extremely low concentrations in breath. […] “It came down to finding the needle in 10,000 haystacks,” said [Mike] Lynn. View the full article here >

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This Company Claims It’s Created the World’s First Weed Breathalyzer

“There is no good roadside test,” [Mike Lynn] said. “The challenge even with drug recognition experts who really do have a lot of training is there’s some subjectivity. We’re trying to provide the objectivity.” View the full article here >

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Effects of legalized recreational marijuana on California roadways

In 2018, the first full year of [California’s] prop 64, there were 333 DUI marijuana arrests — that is a 69 percent increase [from 2017]. View the full article here >

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New Breathalyzer May Detect Pot Impairment

The device uses the breath to measure THC, the psychoactive chemical in pot that makes you high. Lynn told NBC 7 the breathalyzer can accurately detect if someone has smoked pot in the last few hours. – Read Full Article

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