California Develops A Bill That Would Lead To Unjust Stoned Driving Arrests

California Develops A Bill That Would Lead To Unjust Stoned Driving Arrests

Even though currently there is no way to effectively determine marijuana impairment, a California lawmaker is attempting to pass a law in the upcoming legislative session which would give the state’s highway patrol permission to test every motorist they think is driving high. Tom Lackey, a veteran with the California Highway Patrol, introduced a piece of legislation (Assembly Bill 6) in the beginning of this week, in hopes of giving police officers the right to utilize roadside testing devices on drivers they think are under the influence of pot. The proposal was created to fight the rise in marijuana consumers that Lackey assumes will be driving in the streets now that California voters have made marijuana completely legal. “California cannot wait any longer to take meaningful action against drugged driving now that voters have passed Proposition 64,” Lackey stated in an emailed statement to HIGH TIMES. “Using new technology to identify and get stoned drivers off the road is...



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