Moreover, 15% of respondents said they believed their driving ability was either the same or improved when they were high.
New research questions the accuracy of THC levels of individuals involved in fatal car accidents.
There’s a problem with introduction of per se laws for cannabis—they aren’t based on good science.
The ad will be replaced with a different one produced last year that warns that cannabis, unlike cigarettes, can result in charges for driving under the influence.
“We wanted to be really careful that our message wasn’t anti-marijuana, but was very anti-driving-while-impaired,” says BBDO creative chief Denise Rossetto.
Researchers found drunk drivers 17.8 times more likely to cause a fatal crash than sober drivers. Cannabis-influenced drivers were 1.65 times more likely.
The ACLU of Georgia filed the federal lawsuit earlier this week against the Cobb County Police Department.
Leafly's news editors chew over the week's top stories: Doc Oz, drugged driving, $10 Toronto grams, and Las Vegas lounges.