Since marijuana was legalized in Colorado, we've learned a lot about driving while high. A surprising number of people seem to be unaware that driving under the influence of marijuana can get you charged with DUI. Some people don't even think that driving while high is dangerous.
It's easy to avoid an being stopped for impaired or intoxicated driving, right? Just don't use alcohol or other substances that could impair you.
If you live in Colorado, you've probably heard that driving while impaired by marijuana is illegal. Unfortunately, with an increasing number of states legalizing marijuana for either recreational or medical purposes, the incidence of drugged driving appears to be on the rise.
A recent report by the Governors Highway Safety Association indicates that we are seeing a lot more drugged driving. That may not come as a surprise, as the use of both cannabis and opioids has been on the rise. What should law enforcement and policy groups do?