A favorite citation used by the marijuana lobby to promote the idea that marijuana doesn’t impair driving is one published in 2015 by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (www.nhtsa.gov/behavioral-research/drug-and-alcohol-crash-risk-study). And when the study is cited, the results are usually badly misquoted.
Los Angeles Times: “Good news (?): marijuana doesn’t increase the likelihood of car crashes.”
USA Today: “New study shows no link between marijuana use and car accidents.”
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