TV Anchor in Car Accident Promotes Responsible Pot

Generational Divides Among Marijuana Users Imagine getting into a fender bender with the company car and calling yourself an example of “responsible drinking.”  Cyd Maurer had a fender bender while working for a TV Station in Eugene, Oregon.  Her company called for drug testing. After it was found that she had THC metabolites,  the 25-year-old … Continue reading TV Anchor in Car Accident Promotes Responsible Pot

Deaths, Car Accidents, Child Abuse When We Aren’t Taking Marijuana Threat Seriously

Arguing if it’s safer to drive stoned than it is to drive drunk is like arguing whether it’s safer to disobey a stop sign or a red light.  There’s no point in arguing the pros and cons of dangerous practices — or testing them. Yet the majority of the time people violate our rights to … Continue reading Deaths, Car Accidents, Child Abuse When We Aren’t Taking Marijuana Threat Seriously

15 Deaths in Crashes, Fires, Shootings Caused by Pot

For the state of Washington, we’ve tracked 15 deaths in which marijuana was a direct causal factor, since marijuana possession became legal.  In 3 more deaths,  it’s likely that pot was a contributing cause.  Here’s the tally beginning December, 5, 2012: 3 teens killed in crash by student driver high on marijuana                         5 pedestrian … Continue reading 15 Deaths in Crashes, Fires, Shootings Caused by Pot

Falsehoods About Legal Marijuana Exposed by Parents Group

Warns Virginia Legislators Not to Ignore the True Costs and Harms Merrifield, VA—February 8, 2021–Opponents to the Virginia bills which will permit 400 retail marijuana shops and home grows in neighborhoods around the state, are hearing some alarming arguments in favor of the idea. Parents Opposed to Pot (PopPot), a drug prevention campaign, responds to … Continue reading Falsehoods About Legal Marijuana Exposed by Parents Group