Drugged driving campaign targets medical marijuana patients who drive stoned

Update below: Against the backdrop of the Westminster Police's drug enforcement checkpoint and a ten-year reckless homicide sentence for "self-medicating" Joshua Wittig, the Colorado Department of Transportation is today launching a drugged-driving campaign. And a CDOT spokeswoman says that while all impairing drugs will be in the spotlight, medical marijuana is a special focus.
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