Drug-impaired driving law could face challenge | Power & Politics

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The government’s new drug-impaired driving laws could face a challenge from Chuck Rifici, the Liberal Party’s former treasurer who now runs a private equity firm that invests in the cannabis industry. Rifici is committing $25,000 to challenging the laws and thinks the changes draw an arbitrary line between impaired and not impaired.
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The Peoples Affront to Judea says:

Medical users have been driving high for years without an accident being reported.. Maybe the problem is the 50+ years of Usa brain washing that if you smoke weed you can't drive, and you'll axe murder your family.. Official testing on drivers have been blocked by the police forces, they want a total ban regardless of reality and its facts .. Its the new cash grab, like speed camera's ..

Ty Ger says:

This is the most sensible thing I heard all day…

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