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The folly of a 5 ng/ml THC inference level

It hasn’t worked for Colorado, but that’s not stopping defense attorney/Senator Nathan Manning from trying to weaken Ohio’s drugged driving laws with his proposed SB


“Woke” politics infect the ONDCP

The Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) has a mission of reducing substance use disorder.  Occasionally ONDCP has made common sense suggestions to deal


Denver Post: Beginning to learn or more of the same?

DUID Victim Voices has been highly critical of the Denver Post’s inaccurate reporting, cheerleading for commercialization of psychotropic drugs like marijuana and ignoring its adverse


The need for Drivers Education

As part of a Graduated Drivers License, millions of teens take Drivers Education classes each year.  This is an opportunity to provide factual information about


KCNC News Story

Shaun Boyd, investigative journalist for the CBS TV station in Denver ran a news story featuring Ed Wood of DUID Victim Voices January 29, 2021.

Colorado drugged driving data

Colorado has a drugged driving problem. Lukas Myers knows this.  The photo shows him being extracted from a car when he was 12 years old

CDC guidance: THC and crash risk

Those who cling to the myth that THC’s role in traffic safety is unclear were buoyed by release in 2017 of guidance from the Centers

Cannabis vs. Marijuana

Some in the marijuana lobby have pushed for adoption of the word “cannabis” rather than “marijuana” on the grounds that the word marijuana is pejorative

Choose your favorite lie

The House of Representatives passed the MORE Act December 4, 2020.  Properly characterized as a marijuana legalization act by USA Today, Bloomberg, Yahoo and many

Wanted: imaginative thinking

Rosekind, Ehsani and Michael published a June 2020 Commentary in JAMA Internal Medicine calling for more data to inform policies needed to reduce impaired driving

Stoned driving more common than drunk driving

Colorado authorized the use of marijuana tax dollars to temporarily fund a program at the Colorado Bureau of Investigation’s Forensic Toxicology laboratory, enabling them to