Driving with a blood alcohol content level over 0.08% is a criminal offense in both Canada and the USA. But, did you know that in Colorado, a person can drive after smoking marijuana?
Marijuana Legalization in Canada and DUI Laws
Well, when one government decides to make marijuana legal, like Canada nowadays, changes in the laws have to make. With every day Canada is coming closer to the expected deadline for legalizing cannabis, and with marijuana becoming more available, regulating drug-impaired driving is necessary. So, what can Canada learn from the US? Let’s take a look at educational infographic made by OMQ law firm.
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