I-502 Betrays Medical Marijuana

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Dr. Richard Bayer, co-sponsor of Patients Against I-502, wrote a column for The Stranger detailing how I-502 will betray medical marijuana patients.

Bayer writes:

Doctors’ reports from Colorado and Washington State guarantee I-502 will wrongfully convict unimpaired drivers, particularly medical marijuana patients. Impairment from cannabis smoking resolves within four hours but doctor-examined patients show blood THC can remain several times the limits allowed by I-502. Reports of background THC levels from unimpaired patients show that THC can be higher than 15 nanograms.

Source: The Stranger

Dr. Bayer further explains how I-502 flunks basic science, ignoring how background THC is not pyschoactive and therefore will not cause impairment.

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