Can Police Test Drivers For Impairment For Cannabis Based on Odour Alone?

Article by Arundati Dandapani, The Fresh Toast

NEWS Can police test drivers for impairment for cannabis based on odour alone? “Driving while high” remains a concern for advocates of the responsible consumption of cannabis. By Arundati Dandapani, The Fresh Toast While the social acceptability of cannabis consumption in Canada (46 percent) is higher than tobacco (39 percent), it still lags behind drinking alcohol (82 percent). Stelsone / iStock / Getty Images Plus

Legal cannabis is still a relatively new industry in North America. Complete legalization of cannabis took place in Canada in October 2018. The laws in Canada and the U.S. with relation to legal cannabis continue to differ for the main reason that the U.S. has not yet federally legalized cannabis (it is only fully legal medically and for adult use in 11 states), although over three-quarters of the American public report being in favour of complete legalization.

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