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Breathalyzers and brain caps: Researchers race to devise a roadside test for driving while high

Both [blood and urine] can provide evidence that you’ve been using marijuana — so if possession or use is illegal, then the police might have a case. But if you’re in one of the 29 states that, along with Washington D.C., allow some of kind of pot use, then it’s impairment while driving they’re after….

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The California Report: January 3, 2018

Both [blood and urine] can provide evidence that you’ve been using marijuana — so if possession or use is illegal, then the police might have a case. But if you’re in one of the 29 states that, along with Washington D.C., allow some of kind of pot use, then it’s impairment while driving they’re after.

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Enter the marijuana breathalyzer

The company will also target employers wanting to use the device to measure whether workers are impaired on the job instead of whether employees may have smoked (legally) days or weeks earlier but are not impaired at work. -Read Full Article

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Empresa crea dispositivo para detectar marihuana

Con este nuevo e innovador invento los departamentos de policía tendrán en sus manos una nueva herramienta para detectar cuando una persona esté realmente bajo la influencia de la droga. -Read Full Article

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Hound marijuana breathalyzer

The Hound marijuana breathalyzer – Detects both smoked and edible

“No one wants drivers detained or wrongfully arrested because residual THC was detected days or even weeks after use. That’s the fundamental flaw of current detection methods that rely on tests of bodily fluids such as saliva, blood, and urine – methods that cannot isolate recent use because they detect THC long after the window…

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Ask Dr. Lynn – Why test breath?

Testing breath is the only way to determine recent marijuana use, and to correlate the resulting measurement with impairment. Hound Labs CEO, Dr. Mike Lynn, explains why this is crucial for both safety and fairness.

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Ask Dr. Lynn – How has the potency of marijuana changed?

Dr. Mike Lynn, CEO and Co-Founder of Hound Labs, talks about the THC concentration in today’s marijuana products versus the THC content in the past, and the risks this poses.

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This breathalyzer knows if you’ve eaten marijuana edibles

“Unlike the Potalyzer, The Hound uses breath, not saliva, to detect THC in the system.” Read More

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Inverse covers the marijuana breathalyzer development race

Inside the Marijuana Breathalyzer Arms Race

Inverse Covers The Marijuana Breathalyzer Development Race “We want this to work,” she said. “We want to make sure the wrong people aren’t wrongfully arrested.” Read More

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Ask Dr. Lynn – What happens when you mix marijuana and alcohol?

Hound Labs CEO, Dr. Mike Lynn, explains why mixing marijuana and alcohol is so dangerous, and then questions of common sense behind the choice to drive high.

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