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Are There Open Container Laws for Marijuana in Colorado?

When navigating the intricate landscape of open container laws in Colorado, it’s essential to recognize that these regulations extend beyond the realm of alcohol and now encompass marijuana as well. With the legalization of marijuana in the state, individuals must exercise additional caution to avoid legal repercussions related to opening marijuana containers. This article aims […]

Is It Legal to Ski While High on Marijuana?

As winter enthusiasts gear up for the snowy slopes of Colorado, it’s essential to navigate the legal landscape with caution, especially if considering incorporating marijuana into the winter adventure. While Colorado has embraced the legalization of recreational marijuana use, there are still legal boundaries that winter sports enthusiasts should be mindful of. One of the […]

Can I Test My Own THC Levels before Driving?

In a recent collaboration, the Colorado Department of Transportation joined forces with BACtrack, the developer of breathalyzers, to investigate the impact of providing free breathalyzers to Coloradans on reducing instances of drinking and driving. The success of this initiative, as detailed in our previous blog post, prompted us to delve into another crucial question: with […]

Is the Legal Limit for Marijuana in the Blood Too High?

In the ever-evolving landscape of marijuana legalization, one hotly debated topic in Colorado is the legal limit for THC (tetrahydrocannabinol) in the blood concerning drugged driving. At present, the threshold is set at five nanograms per milliliter of blood, but divergent opinions persist on whether this limit is appropriate. Some argue it is too lenient, […]

Cannabis-Infused Beer: A Risk for Drug Test Failure?

In the ever-evolving landscape of craft breweries, one establishment is making headlines that extend beyond the usual realms of hops and barley. Dad and Dudes Brewaria, a craft brewery nestled in Aurora, has recently secured approval from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau to distribute their cannabis-infused beer, General Washington’s Secret Stash IPA, […]

A New Look for Colorado’s Edible Marijuana

The legalization of marijuana in Colorado has been a subject of ongoing concern, particularly when it comes to edibles. One of the primary worries revolves around the fact that many marijuana-infused edibles lack any physical indication that they contain THC, the psychoactive component of cannabis. This has raised alarms about the potential for accidental ingestion, […]

Can You Be Deported for Using Legal Marijuana in Colorado?

Weed is legal in Colorado. You can grow it (up to certain amounts), you can smoke it (in private), you can eat it. You can use it as medicine. You can carry some of it with you and you can gift some of it to your friends. However, if you’re not in the country legally, […]

Your Perception of Sobriety: Influence from Friends’ Alcohol Levels

A recent study published in the BMC Public Health journal in September shed light on a fascinating aspect of alcohol impairment. The research, conducted in various alcohol-serving locations around Cardiff, Wales, examined the correlation between individuals’ perceptions of their own inebriation and the intoxication levels of their peers. Surprisingly, the study found that people tend […]

If Pot Clubs Become Legal, Will They Be Liable for Drugged Driving?

In the coming November, Coloradans will face a pivotal decision that could reshape the state’s social landscape: the vote on the Neighborhood-Supported Cannabis Consumption Initiative. If successful, this initiative will pave the way for public places with city permits to legally allow marijuana consumption. Dubbed as “pot bars,” these establishments could become a common sight […]

The Potalyzer is Coming – Here’s Why It Still Won’t Work

The evolution of technology has paved the way for advancements in various fields, including law enforcement. One such area where innovation is continuously sought is in the detection of impaired driving due to cannabis consumption. While breathalyzers have long been a reliable tool for identifying alcohol-induced impairment, the rise of legal marijuana has prompted researchers […]

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