Yesterday, a marijuana activist said that a controversial THC driving bill
, a version of which failed each of the past two years
, appeared to be a lock for passage
-- and he was right. The measure breezed through by a 24-11 vote despite what critics describe as an almost total lack of scientific evidence to suggest that the intoxication standard is accurate for all people. Indeed, once the law is signed, Westword
marijuana critic William Breathes likely will not be able to drive without breaking the law. Details below.