While there is no test for cannabis impairment like the breathalyzer that police use for alcohol, impairment can still be recognized via driver behavior on the road and through sobriety tests. The law steps up police training on impaired driving and strengthens the impaired driving laws, which will help keep drivers impaired by any drug, not just cannabis, off the road. Drivers who do not submit to a drug influence evaluation from a police officer trained as a Drug Recognition Expert may have their license suspended.
- Cannabis use and Safety
- Census Tracking
- Law Enforcement
- Medical Program
- Tobacco and Smoking
- Are cannabis establishments required to be located a certain distance from any other buildings or businesses, including more than 1,500 feet from a school?
- Are there packaging or labeling standards for CBD and legal Delta products?
- Can a food service bake cakes, brownies, etc., and use cannabis as an ingredient for consumption and sale to the consumer?
- Can my employer prohibit me from consuming cannabis products outside of work?
- How do I register to become a controlled substance laboratory?