Colorado is asking marijuana users why they drive high

Colorado Is Asking Marijuana Users Why They Drive High

Published: Feb 9, 2018, 2:03 pm • Updated: Feb 9, 2018, 2:05 pm By Noelle Phillips, The Denver Post As it continues to combat stoned driving in Colorado, the state transportation department is hoping to have an online conversation with the public about their opinions toward marijuana, alcohol and driving. The Colorado Department of Transportation has launched The Cannabis Conversation, an online, anonymous survey that asks people about their marijuana and alcohol use and how they feel about driving while using marijuana. The survey can be found at “We want to find out from marijuana users why they drive high when it’s so dangerous,” said Sam Cole,a transportation department spokesman. Related storiesIs it safer to drive high than drunk? Efforts to curtail marijuana-impaired driving collide with attitudes, medicinal useAre you high? The science of testing for marijuana impairment still evolvingWhy it’s so hard to test for driving high, and why that’s a...

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