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What counts as being too high to drive? In both Washington and Colorado, laws approved by voters let anyone at least 21 years old possess up to 1 ounce of marijuana for recreational use. But the means of judging whether someone is driving while impaired varies in the two states. In Washington, driving with a THC blood-content level of 5 nanograms per milliliter is illegal. In Colorado, no such limit was set. THC, or delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, is the main mind-altering chemical in marijuana. http://www.carinsurancequotes.com/articles/marijuana-and-driving This is a critical issue for Michigan Cannabis Patients. People v. Koon is a terrible decision, the law in Michigan currently punishes a person for having "any amount (presence) of active THC, delta 9, in their blood. A person who is driving as any reasonable driver would, is still considered to be committing a crime (punishes the same as an OWI) just for having the presence of THC.