Driving While Stoned
The Colorado Department of Transportation is reminding drivers in a unique way that getting behind the wheel while high on marijuana is illegal.
Colorado is launching a new “Drive High, Get A DUI” campaign to remind drivers that newly legal marijuana should be treated like alcohol and not used before driving.
Spotting impaired drivers might not be new, but learning to identify stoned drivers is a work in progress for law enforcement in Colorado.
Next month the Colorado Department of Transportation will kick off a new campaign aimed at warning people against smoking marijuana and driving called “Drive High, Get a DUI.”
A man has been arrested for allegedly driving under the influence of marijuana after an accident involving two Colorado State Patrol cars.
A frequent marijuana user who says Colorado’s pending pot DUI bill sets the legal limit too low is suing to block the bill, arguing it violates his constitutional rights.
Now that marijuana has been legalized, how high is too high to drive? In an effort to find out, CBS4 conducted a test with the help of a leading driving instruction company, a respected lab and marijuana businesses to provide the volunteers.
A marijuana driving limit in Colorado is headed to the governor’s desk — on the measure’s sixth try through the Legislature.
A stoned-driving debate that has divided Colorado lawmakers for years is poised to go down to the final hours in this year’s Legislature.
Marijuana regulation is proving one of the thorniest problems facing Colorado lawmakers in their final three days of work.