Articles tagged with "driving"
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Study: Legal cannabis hasn’t increased fatal car crashesEmily Earlenbaugh - Published on November 19, 2023Read more
Massachusetts saw road deaths fall nearly 30%.
Traveling with weed? Here’s some tips for the 2023 seasonDavid Downs - Published on July 18, 2023Read more
More folks enjoy cannabis legalization in more states than ever before. The downside? A patchwork of state and federal laws and rules on trains, planes, and automobiles. As America herds through a record year for travel, Leafly is here to keep pace with the changes. Listen to our updated rules for hitting the road or […]
Survey: 26% of young people have driven high or ridden with a high driverJesse B. Staniforth - Published on January 8, 2020Read more
Moreover, 15% of respondents said they believed their driving ability was either the same or improved when they were high.
A Guide to Getting Home Safe for the Red Eyed JediThe Ontario Ministry of Health - Published on August 2, 2019Read more
There are many ways to avoid driving high.
New Roadside Cannabis Test Approved for Use in CanadaJesse B. Staniforth - Published on July 18, 2019Read more
But the new device, much like its predecessor, still doesn’t detect drug impairment.
Designated Driver not Accountable for Cannabis-Carrying Passengers, Court DecidesJesse B. Staniforth - Published on May 23, 2019Read more
A Newfoundland woman said she had no idea her passengers were carrying cannabis in a mason jar.
Nova Scotia Woman Plans Constitutional Challenge of Roadside Cannabis TestThe Canadian Press - Published on April 8, 2019Read more
HALIFAX – A lawyer for a Nova Scotia motorist whose license was suspended after her saliva tested positive for cannabis says his firm will use the case to launch a constitutional challenge of Canada’s revamped impaired driving laws. Jack Lloyd says Michelle Gray’s case shows the law is too broad and too vague, mainly because […]
Vermont Supreme Court: Smell of Burnt Cannabis Doesn’t Justify SearchLeafly Staff - Published on January 7, 2019Read more
The state’s highest court ruled that a faint odor of burnt marijuana doesn’t create a fair probability that cannabis itself would be found.
Massachusetts Court: Roadside Drunk Driving Tests Not Valid for CannabisThe Associated Press - Published on September 19, 2017Read more
Massachusetts’ highest court ruled Tuesday that field sobriety tests typically used in drunken-driving cases cannot be treated as conclusive evidence that a motorist was operating under the influence of marijuana.
Vermont’s Supreme Court to Consider Cannabis ‘Sniff Test’Ben Adlin - Published on August 25, 2017Read more
Vermont’s highest court is set to consider a case involving whether the simple smell of cannabis constitutes legal grounds to search and seize a driver’s vehicle.