Smoking & Driving Common, Says Gov’t Cannabis Research

Drug-impaired driving is commonplace and considered by many to be risk-free, warns Health Canada research. The findings follow $136,242 focus group studies in four Canadian cities: “If we don’t have roadside tests to screen for this, it’s going to go crazy.”

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