Earlier this week, we shared a Washington Post
item that found this year's legalization of recreational marijuana sales
has not led to more traffic fatalities
. But a new report from the Rocky Mountain High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area suggests that stoned driving remains a big problem that's getting bigger, with fatalities increasing 100 percent from 2007 to 2012.
Stats about teen pot use in the report, on view below in its entirety, are also considerably more negative than those in at least one other recent state-sponsored survey. RMHIDTA director Tom Gorman explains and highlights some of his outfit's findings below.
See also: Marijuana Legalization Not Causing More Highway Fatalities, Report Reveals