According to a new study, drivers who test positive for THC do not possess a significantly increased risk of being responsible for a non-fatal motor vehicle accident.
For the study, researchers at the University of British Columbia compared the likelihood of crash responsibility in drivers testing positive for THC and/or other substances as compared to drug-free drivers over a six-year period 2010 to 2016.
As reported on by NORML, the state found that, In this multi-site observational study of non-fatally injured drivers, we found no increase in crash risk, after adjustment for age, sex, and use of other impairing substances, in drivers with THC<5ng/ml. For drivers with THC>5ngml there may be an increased risk of crash responsibility, b....
Kirsten Gillibrand announced her plan for nationwide cannabis legalization this week.
Kirsten Gillibrand has been making waves in the political discussions happening in America, both as the U.S. Senator from New York and now as a Democratic Candidate for president. If you weren`t already taking a look at what she is working toward, you should be now as this week she revealed her plan to fully legalize cannabis nationwide, stating, ``It`s 2019. Let`s legalize it.
Aside from fully legalizing recreational/adult-use and medical cannabis, Gillibrand`s plan would expunge all nonviolent marijuana convictions and work on the medical and economic opportunity of thi....
Massachusetts: State Regulators Grant Initial Approval To Social Use Spaces
Members of the states Cannabis Control Commission have decided to advance plans to regulate social marijuana use facilities.
Regulators voted 3 to 2 in favor of the proposal, which seeks to establish a pilot program in up to a dozen self-selected cities throughout the state. However, implementing the plan will require additional legislative action from lawmakers.
To date, only Alaska has enacted statewide regulations governing on-site marijuana consumption sites. Similar legislation to establish marijuana hospitality spaces is before the Governor of Colorado. Earlier this....
Bills Allowing Marijuana Deliveries And Tasting Rooms Head Toward Colorado Governors Desk
A bill that would allow marijuana deliveries in Colorado is heading to the governors desk following a final vote in the Senate on Wednesday. And separate legislation providing for cannabis tasting rooms could be soon to follow.
If signed into law, the two bills would represent some of the most significant expansions of the states legal cannabis program since voters approved legalization in 2012. The Senate votes on the House-passed legislation came just days before the end of the 2019 legislative session.
The cannabis home delivery bill passed the Senate in a 20 to 14 vote....
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