Oregon Cannabis DUI Study Finds No Sign of ‘Epidemic’
“According to a study authored by an Oregon Liquor Control Commission official, there has not been ‘a large spike or epidemic’ of marijuana-related traffic fatalities in the state since legalizing cannabis for adult-use.
“The study found that in 2004, when the state had only medical and illicit markets, there were 13 traffic fatalities involving cannabis. In 2015, that number increased slightly to 16.”
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