Blog Posts in May, 2017

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  • Researchers at Washington State University Need Volunteers to Smoke Marijuana
    Researchers at Washington State University Need Volunteers to Smoke Marijuana

    Washington State University may be the first to develop a breathalyzer that detects marijuana use. Under Washington law, drivers with 5 nanograms of active tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the chemical ...

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  • Teen Drinking on the Rise Thanks to Alcohol Deliveries
    Teen Drinking on the Rise Thanks to Alcohol Deliveries

    Teen drinking at parties has surged in recent years, leading to a staggering rise in the number of underage drunk-driving arrests, accidents, and fatalities. Many people attribute this sudden increase ...

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  • Students Get Sobering Reminder of Drunk Driving on Prom Night
    Students Get Sobering Reminder of Drunk Driving on Prom Night

    Students at Stone High School in Mississippi were recently given a graphic and sobering reminder of the dangers of drunk driving in the days leading up to prom night. Classmates re-enacted the scene ...

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  • New State Law Will Affect Washington Drivers
    New State Law Will Affect Washington Drivers

    Recently, Washington’s governor, Jay Inslee, signed bills designed to halt fatal and severe driving accidents that had been rising in recent years. One bill made it an offense to do almost anything ...

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  • Drug-Related Accidents on the Rise According to 2015 Data
    Drug-Related Accidents on the Rise According to 2015 Data

    A recent report from the Governors Highway Safety Association has shed some light on a growing safety hazard on our roads: drivers intoxicated by drugs are causing more accidents and fatalities than ...

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