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Passes start at $25 for 24 hours or $200 for a month-long subscription.

The bus line – Loopr calls it the Green Line – runs around the city hitting up dispensaries, breweries, clubs, and sports bars in a cloud of smoke.

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International Vehicle Importers lost more than two dozen vehicles and two pets in fire.

A few days ago, we brought you news on marijuana's danger to drivers. Today, we bring you news on marijuana's danger to cars.

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New AAA study heightens concern over stoned motorists.

Marijuana impairment is difficult to measure, making lawmaking tricky.

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Musk hailed as champion of humanity, while Model X gets hotbox approval

Tesla Motors and its CEO Elon Musk climb to new cultural heights (or depths, depending on your perspective) in this collection of recent videos.

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"I'm an adrenaline junkie," says Tennessean stoner.

A Tennessee man is under arrest after leading police on a high-speed chase through central Texas. But it's the interview that is worth your attention.

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The Motorcycle Safety Foundation will use goggles that impair vision and motor skills to show motorcyclists the dangers of riding stoned.

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A team of chemists at Washington State University is working with Chemring on a drugalyzer than can detect the amount of marijuana in the bloodstream.

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Motorists Praise Own Driving Habits, Often Critical Of Their Family

More than 85 percent of drivers consider themselves fairly good or very good drivers, according to the results of a new survey. But they're far less likely to extend such praise in assessing the performance of family members.

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Marijuana Legalization May Be Having Unexpected Consequence

With the legalization of marijuana spreading through several states in recent years, transportation officials have wondered about the potential for problems with drugged drivers on the nation's roadways. Bet they didn't have this in mind.

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The iPhone app Canary could help people smoking pot know if there are too stoned to drive in states where marijuana is legal.

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A deputy sheriff in Pinal County, Arizona ended up dodged bales of marijuana during a high-speed chase last week.

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is trying to better understand impaired driving in two newly released studies. The first finds the percentage of drugged drivers growing, and the second questions the effect they have on accident rates. Fewer people are driving drunk, though.

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US motorists report being more concerned about drugged driving now than they were three years ago, according to a new report from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety.

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The argument regarding the legalization of marijuana in Washington and Colorado has its fair share of both supporters and detractors. Some point to a drop in violent crimes and big bumps in tax revenue, while others will point to an increase the number of people driving under the influence. Interestingly, though, that little stat may actually add one more item into the pros column.

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Legal marijuana has not raised danger on the roads so far

Colorado's recent legalization of recreational marijuana has fueled fears about public safety on roadways, with critics pointing to the drug's negative effect on cognitive ability and reaction time. But according to numbers compiled by the Washington Post, traffic fatalities are near historic lows in the state since decriminalization was put into place.

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Would drivers who are "high" travel too fast or too slow for safety?

Amid rancorous debate over other weighty issues Thursday on Capitol Hill, lawmakers wondered aloud whether driving cars after smoking marijuana is dangerous. Among the unanswered questions: Would drivers who are "high" travel too fast or too slow for safety?

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Travelers unable to bring extra weed home ditch it before heading into the airport

Car rental agencies operating at Denver International Airport are reporting tourists with extra pot are frequently handing it off to their employees or stashing their stash in the cars before they return them.

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Court ruling prohibits police from using smell of marijuana as reason for car search

In recent months, a number of states across America have made it easier for law-enforcement officers to meet the standards necessary to search a motorist's car without a warrant during a traffic stop. Massachusetts is headed in the opposite direction.

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Consider our buzz harshed. Legal pot use in Washington and Colorado has had a number of benefits – the Highest State has seen a 2.5-percent drop in violent crime and a big bump in tax revenues ($10 million during the first third of 2014). Washington, meanwhile, is expecting a $190-million increase in tax revenues over the next few years. The legalization of marijuana has also – some might say predictably – contributed to increases in driving while high. Not cool, Washington and

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Teen faces 25 years in prison for deadly crash

Defense lawyers told a jury Thursday pot was not a factor when their teenage client crashed his car in a high-speed accident, even though he was high on the drug at the time.

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Says he's a victim of profiling

A Colorado man was pulled over while on a road trip with his girlfriend just outside Las Vegas, not because he broke any laws, but because his truck carried a Colorado license plate.

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