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Marijuana becomes legal in Maine (ME)

Maine on Monday became the eighth state in the nation to allow adults over the age of 21 to possess and consume marijuana for recreational purposes. M... Read More »

As More Voters Legalize Marijuana, States Left With Regulatory Hurdles (US)

The battle to legally grow, sell, buy and smoke pot in California has been a long one. Voters in the state ushered in medical marijuana 20 years ago, ... Read More »

Mass. legislators continue to debate about marijuana legalization (MA)

Since Massachusetts voters casted their ballot on Question 4 and made it legal to purchase and consume recreational marijuana in the state, the law ha... Read More »

Valley parents rally to pass ‘Joe’s Law’ in memory of their teen son (AZ)

The parents of a teen boy killed in a car crash hope that the passage of "Joe's Law" will change the way deadly accidents are handled, and will save o... Read More »

Felony DUI Bill Gets Legislative Committee Approval (WA)

The Washington Senate Law and Justice Committee on Wednesday approved legislation that targets repeat offenders of the state’s driving while impaire... Read More »

Lawmakers Propose Legal Marijuana Limit For Drivers (AR)

Arkansas lawmakers have proposed a bill setting the legal limit of medical marijuana while driving. Five nanograms of THC per milliliter of blood will... Read More »

Can Sobriety Tests Weed Out Drivers Who’ve Smoked Too Much Weed? (US)

For decades the same test has been used to convict drunk drivers. Police ask a driver to stand on one leg, walk a straight line and recite the alphabe... Read More »

Proposed bill gives DUI suspects option to install breath alcohol device (NV)

A simple breath test might help accused drunken motorists keep their driving privileges in Nevada. State Sen. Mark Manendo, D-Las Vegas, is putting th... Read More »

State Bill Would Create THC Limit for Stoned Drivers, but Scientists Say It’s Useless (FL)

Most cannabis activists, law enforcement professionals, and biologists agree that blood tests don't work very well to police stoned drivers. Unlike al... Read More »

Lawmakers Give GPS Tracking a Chilly Reception (MN)

GPS tracking of cars by a Minnesota state agency got a chilly reception from state lawmakers at the state capitol Thursday. Jay Kolls first broke the ... Read More »