Marijuana: Rob Corry thinks THC driving limits may violate constitution, disabilities act

Yesterday, HB 1261, Representative Claire Levy's bill to set THC driving limits, survived its first legislative test, passing out of committee by a 6-2 vote. But medical marijuana attorney Rob Corry continues to argue against the bill -- see his letter to legislators below. In his view, the measure won't make roads safer and could spur lawsuits.
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