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Bay Area company develops test to measure marijuana impairment in drivers

“When they were stoned– even when their levels of THC were very low in their breath, meaning that they didn’t actually smoke very much– some of them smoked a lot. Some of them smoked very little – they all made major errors that that would have likely resulted in a fatality,” said Lynn. -Read More

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Drug Impaired Driving – A Guide for What States Can Do

This report by the Governors Highway Safety Association contains a wealth of information, statistics, and specific examples to help states understand the prevalence and effects of drug-impaired driving so that they can work toward reducing it. It also provides information about educational programs and recommendations for programs and protocols states can implement in order to…

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This Startup Gets People High — In The Name Of Science

“Drunk people tend to “weave and swerve and not be able to walk a straight line,” Lynn said. “With marijuana, what often happens is it’s the inability or decreased ability to make judgment calls,” like deciding what to do when a kid suddenly stops in a crosswalk up ahead.” Read More

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The Future of Driving, Marijuana, And Being Stoned Behind The Wheel

“All of this may change soon, thanks to the Oakland-based company Hound Labs, which started testing its marijuana breathalyzer (with help from law-enforcement departments) a few years ago. While it won’t be widely available until the end of the year, the breathalyzer has become one of the most requested tech items by police departments.” -Read…

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Radio Call In: Inventor Says Pot Breathalyzer Can Help America’s Deadly Drugged Driving Problem

Listen here as Mike Lynn joins the Tom Sullivan Show to discuss marijuana-impaired driving and provides an update on Hound Labs’ progress.

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State Patrol in 2nd Year of Testing Roadside Marijuana Devices

“We don’t want a device that says you smoked pot three days ago and gets you arrested. That’s pointless,” said Hound Labs CEO Dr. Mike Lynn, who is an emergency medicine physician and reserve deputy sheriff. “People who smoke pot tend to get high and then it gets into their bloodstream very, very quickly. After…

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Ask Dr. Lynn – Teen attitudes

Dr. Mike Lynn, CEO and Co-Founder of Hound Labs, shares eye-opening statistics on high school and college students’ attitudes around driving after using marijuana.

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Ask Dr. Lynn – What marijuana impaired driving laws are already on the books?

Hound Labs CEO, Dr. Mike Lynn, discusses the current legal environment surrounding marijuana impaired driving.

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Marijuana Breathalyzers Set to Aid Law Enforcement in 2018

“But with legalization rightfully comes regulation. Recently, a couple of start-up companies are looking to develop marijuana Breathalyzers to aid law enforcement agencies in controlling the said substance to avoid any form of abuse.” -Read Full Article

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Roadside marijuana breathalyzer can detect ‘high driving’

“It’s exactly how the alcohol standards were developed,” Lynn said. “Because we measure and have the objective data to share, we will be really instrumental in determining what levels are actually considered impairment.” Read More

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