Could the driving-while-high bill cause a case of moral panic?

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Krystyn, thank you for a fair presentation of this subject. So much of what we are told about the “evils” of marijuana is meant to hype up the “anti”, morally superior crowd. I, too, do not want unsafe drivers on the road, however I have not seen any “drastic” evidence that accidents are up because of marijuana use. Let’s stop the knee jerk reactions and actually do the studies to determine the right thing to do, not just jump on the Steve King legacy building bandwagon.



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