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Published on Friday, February 13, 2015

Federal study concludes drivers who have used pot no more dangerous than sober drivers

In a surprising study by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration it was found marijuana users are not at a greater risk to crash than sober drivers. Not surprisingly, the study also found drivers who have been drinking are much more likely to crash than those who are sober.

In Washington more drivers are being tested for THC DUIs than in the past. However, according to the Washington State Patrol, it is still too early to know what data is statistically relevant and how to determine what other factors might be affecting the data.

To review the full article and access the National Highway Traffic Safety report visit the link here.

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