Marijuana Breathalyzer Close to Reality
“If You Are Going to Get High, You Better Not Drive,” or some other public service slogan will surely be plastered on billboards all across America as soon as science figures out a way to stick it to the average citizen with the marijuana breathalyzer.
Ever since legalized recreational marijuana was made a reality last year by voters in Colorado and Washington, the powers that be have been brainstorming new ways in which to prosecute the legal marijuana user. Obviously, driving stoned is high on the list of no-nos.
In fact, a team of researchers recently published a document in the medical journal Clinical Chemistry that suggests a breath test — similar to the testing procedures for alcohol intoxication — may be the best way for law enforcement to analyze a motorist’s THC level. Researchers believe that the breath method of testing could eventually phase out the controversial THC-blood test currently being used to prosecute people in courtrooms all over the country. Read more
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