High Means DUI

By November 24, 2017Uncategorized

Hello readers! We hope you are having a great holiday season.

This time of year is synonymous with crowds, traffic, and plenty of celebrations. Celebrations filled with calories, candy, carved meats, cigars, cigarettes and copious amounts of tryptophan; but alas, we mustn’t forget the THC enhanced cookies, cakes and a quintessential holiday joint or two. Between the traffic, tryptophan, THC and in light of a recent startling article, this blog is dedicated to making sure people understand that high does indeed mean DUI.

A recent article states that “More than half of Colorado marijuana users think it’s OK to drive high, CDOT says. Changing that could be an uphill battle.” (https://dailymynd.com/#!/dashboard/story/eb95d6f2-f9f8-4603-8380-60849b4eb9e7?share=9dc41dfa-3f95-4a49-ab1c-19fb471a3208) I have ceased being surprised by the lack of wisdom coming from the pro commercialization crowd but not knowing that driving high is unsafe is a tad surprising.

Photo cred: (https://www.louderwithcrowder.com/surprise-fatal-car-wrecks-involving-marijuana-skyrocket/)

We must educate the public that driving under the influence of marijuana is extremely dangerous. Communities are banning together since they have learned this lesson the hardest way possible. They have lost loved ones by marijuana impaired drivers.

A new website, http://highmeansdui.org, is solely dedicated to make sure that tragic stories like Stephen Mager’s do not keep happening.

HIGH MEANS DUI.

If you want help educating the public that high means DUI, you can join our Action Network now. We fearlessly investigate, expose, challenge, and hold the marijuana industry accountable.

Be safe this holiday season.

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