Quantitative THC Level Application Study/Colorado
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Below is a link to an interesting study in Colorado. In this study quantitative levels were applied. Historically these quantitative levels in the federal guidelines have been ignored.
A published report by the state of Colorado found that in 2016, 73% of some 4,000 drivers charged with driving under the influence tested positive for marijuana . The report, by the Division of Criminal Justice, also revealed that 1/2 of the drivers who tested positive were over the legal limit of THC in their blood. And 53% admit they smoked marijuana within two (2) hours of getting behind the wheel.
House Bill 17-1315: Driving Under the Influence of Drugs and Alcohol