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      Marijuana makes drivers drive slower.
      That's about it.
      Read on to see the consensus from research spanning 50 years from USA, UK, Canada, Australia, and everywhere else. Just under 300 studies along with independent and government reports were collected, yet the research keeps pointing to the same thing. People driving after using cannabis drive a little bit slower. States with Legalized and Medical Marijuana have fewer fatal car accidents. My guess is that the fewer fatal accidents are due to substituting alcohol and other medications for cannabis.
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      The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration did its own tests in 2015 and found that THC showed no increased crash risk.

       
      Crash Fatality Rates After Recreational Marijuana Legalization in Washington and Colorado.
       
      CANNABIS USE AND DRIVING: Evidence Review Canadian Drug Policy Coalition (CDPC) Simon Fraser University
       
      NHTSA The Incidence and Role of Drugs in Fatally Injured Drivers 1992
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      CANNABIS: OUR POSITION FOR A CANADIAN PUBLIC POLICY REPORT OF THE SENATE SPECIAL COMMITTEE ON ILLEGAL DRUGS 2002
       
      Psychomotor Performance, Subjective and Physiological Effects and Whole Blood D9 -Tetrahydrocannabinol Concentrations in Heavy, Chronic Cannabis Smokers Following Acute Smoked Cannabis
       
      Medical Marijuana Laws, Traffic Fatalities, and Alcohol Consumption
       
      See the full list of studies here:
      http://komornlaw.com/driving-research/
       
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