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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.

Another badly flawed study

Jeff Brubacher from Vancouver General Hospital published “Cannabis use as a risk factor for causing motor vehicle crashes: a prospective study.”  The study has earned

Twelve Drugged-Driving Lessons from Colorado

What has marijuana legalization done to Driving Under the Influence (DUI) cases in Colorado? Important answers are now emerging.  July 2018, the  Division of Criminal Justice

More bad journalism

Jacob Sullum, a pro-pot writer for Reason and Fortune magazines, is at it again. This time, he claims that marijuana’s impact on crash risk has

Tilting at windmills is also futile

Two recent research reports explain why blood tests are ineffective for determining driving impairment by marijuana, and why impairment-based DUI per se blood level limits

It’s embarrassing

I confess to having one of the more foolish members of Congress as my representative – Jared Polis. He managed to dupe the rest of

Good Data, Bad Statistical Inferences

A February 2015 report from NHTSA’s 2013-2014 survey[1] shows a continued decline in the percentage of drivers under the influence of alcohol. In 1996, 16.9%