THC driving bill, take three: Read draft language of proposed 2013 legislation

For the third year in a row, state lawmakers will be pushing for an official marijuana DUI limit, to curb what they say is an epidemic of stoned drivers that will only get worse with the passage of Amendment 64. Senator Steve King, a Western Slope Republican, is again sponsoring the legislation, which is currently in the interim Transportation Legislation Review committee. In many ways, the current proposal is the same as bills that have been introduced -- and voted down -- twice before.
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