Driving While Stoned
A divisive marijuana driving limit could be back before Colorado lawmakers, as the legislature starts work regulating the newly legal drug.
A marijuana blood limit for drivers was rejected Monday for a fourth time in the Colorado Senate, where bipartisan skepticism on the pot analogy to blood-alcohol limits helped sink the measure even in a weaker form.
A recent ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court could change Colorado’s latest debate over marijuana driving limits.
A long-simmering marijuana driving debate in Colorado appears to be nearing an end. The state House gave unanimous approval Tuesday to a bill setting pot blood limits for drivers.
A plan is in the works to set a limit for people driving while under the influence of marijuana, and this time lawmakers say they’ll get it done.
For the fourth time a Colorado state lawmaker will try to pass a law setting a limit for driving while high on marijuana.
A marijuana blood limit for drivers was rejected Tuesday for a third time in Colorado, as lawmakers from both parties argued about how to fairly gauge whether someone is too stoned to get behind the wheel.