DUID Victim Voices NEWS

Open letter to Gov. Scott

Dear Governor Scott: You’ve agreed to support legalization of marijuana only after your concerns are properly addressed.  Thank you for that. I live in Colorado,

Sessions vs the States

Attorney General Jeff Sessions in July issued a warning to Colorado, Washington, Alaska and Oregon, citing their frequent violations of the terms of the Ogden

O Canada

Canada plans to legalize the use of recreational marijuana next year, fulfilling a pledge from the elected Liberal government.  The government has also pledged to

Vermont’s S.22 misadventure

Vermont’s legislature sent a recreational marijuana legalization bill to Governor Scott May 18, 2017.  Four days later, Scott vetoed the bill, noting concerns with drugged

Finally! Solid DUID data!

June 1, 2017 Governor Hickenlooper signed HB17-1315, negotiated and written by DUID Victim Voices founder Ed Wood.  The bill requires Colorado to collect, analyze and

It’s not a contest, folks!

The Governors Highway Safety Association (GHSA) updated its 2017 drugged driving report that has garnered an immense amount of press.   Many in the media understood

Our Data Bill Is About To Become Law

Colorado’s legislature passed House Bill 1315 on May 10th, its last day before adjourning for the year. The bill directs the Department of Public Safety’s

Opposing the mainstream

Thanks to the efforts of DUID Victim Voices supporter Stephie Mager, Nevada has a DUID per se law that establishes legal limits for several drugs including methamphetamine,

Our bill was introduced!

It feels great to share a bit of good news.  Our DUID Data Bill was introduced into the Colorado House of Representatives by Representatives Jonathan

You can make a difference

The blog we described two weeks ago, calling upon many state legislatures to avoid making the 5 ng/ml THC legal limit mistake made already by

Continued rise in DUID, reports CSP

Colorado makes no effort to collect, analyze and publish DUID statistics in the state. The state’s DUI reports cannot distinguish between causes of DUI, even