Experts agree Nevada pot test flawed
Tahoe Daily Tribune
by Geoff Dornan
Law enforcement, drug lab chemists, public defenders and even a DUI victim's advocate all called on lawmakers to change the marijuana driving under the influence laws in Nevada, saying the existing law doesn't test for actual impairment.
Existing law tests for "marijuana metabolytes" and says any concentration above a
specific minimal level in the urine or blood stream is proof the driver was high.
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