Impact of Regulation on Drug Crime & Impaired Driving

Find out how members of law enforcement from Washington State – where cannabis markets were legalized and regulated in November 2012 – think cannabis regulation impacts the number of impaired drivers.

In our exclusive interview, a Sheriff and a Deputy City Attorney explain that DUIs have not increased, and that regulation has given them the tools to keep it that way.

After reading the interview, take a moment to learn the facts about the impact of cannabis regulation on impaired driving and drug crime. 

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Want to know how to respond to the claim that regulation will lead to increases in impaired driving?

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Want to know how to respond to the claim that regulating cannabis markets will not reduce drug crime?

READ OUR ONE-PAGE GUIDE