DUID Victim Voices NEWS

Spreading the Truth

SAM, Sensible Approaches to Marijuana, is an organization dedicated to fighting the commercialization of marijuana and its expanded use. Their original charter is now expanding


2021 Colorado DUI Data Report

Colorado’s 2021 report “Driving Under the Influence of Drugs and Alcohol” was released, covering arrests occurring in 2019.  The report was delayed, hoping to capture

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Appeal to AG Garland

We submitted the following letter to US Attorney General Merrick Garland today, copying the White House. This was part of a nationwide effort on the


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.

Deceptive statistical analysis

Two articles on the effect of recreational marijuana commercialization on traffic fatalities reached opposite conclusions in the June 22nd 2020 issue of JAMA Internal Medicine.

Tandem DUI per se bill introduced, PI’d

January 29, 2019, HB19-1146, Concerning the offense of Tandem DUI per se was introduced into the Colorado legislature.  This bill replaces Colorado’s current 5 ng/ml

FactCheck.org is Drinking the Kool-Aid

Until this month we felt that fact checking sites were immune to the ignorance and bias evident in media reporting of drugged-driving facts.  Our experience

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

Bad News, Good News

The bad news: Denver voters approved Initiative 300 in the November, 2016 election. Initiative 300 bypasses Amendment 64’s constitutional promise that legalized marijuana could not

There’s a better way

The fall 2016 issue of The Journal of Global Drug Policy and Practice featured our article, “Why a 5 ng/ml THC limit is bad public policy –