“Dr. Mike Lynn says it’s much like a dog’s nose, which inspired the company’s name Hound Labs.” View the full article here >
The increased use of marijuana and some illicit drugs in the United States along with the results of this report, point to the need for rapid and sensitive assessment tools to ascertain the presence of and impairment by marijuana and other illicit drugs. View the full article here >
“Having a marijuana breathalyzer that — for the first time — can focus on those people who have used pot in the last few hours, it transforms the ability in a fair way to determine who’s potentially impaired and who isn’t.” View the full article here >
The Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Tracking Area has published annual reports every year since 2013 tracking the impact of legalizing recreational marijuana in Colorado. The purpose is to provide data and information so that policy makers and citizens can make informed decisions on the issue of marijuana legalization. View the full report here >
“We want to identify people who shouldn’t be behind the wheel, but we want to protect people who are using legally,” Lynn said. -Read Full Article
It’s time to talk to your kids about the dangers of marijuana and driving. In study after study, marijuana has been shown to impair judgment, alertness, concentration, coordination and reaction time. On its own, marijuana is thought to double a driver’s risk of being in a crash. When mixed with alcohol, the risk of an…
This in depth and comprehensive report on the effects of marijuana legalization throughout the state of Colorado examines many issues. Read the entire report or focus on the well- documented dangers of stoned driving.
“From a trauma center perspective, I have seen the terrible, senseless tragedies related to impaired driving,” Lynn said. He’s seen it from a law enforcement perspective, too, and knows the challenges police officers face when dealing with impaired drivers Read full article