Roadside drug testing needed before any cannabis legalisation – AA

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There are concerns the legalisation of cannabis could lead to an increase in road deaths, with the impact of drugged driving already becoming more apparent. This story was first published by RNZ In 2019, alcohol or drugs were a factor in 131 fatal crashes on the road, and those numbers have been rising steadily over the past five years. While some advocates believe those numbers would increase further if weed was made legal, the limited scientific evidence on offer does not back that up. .en.

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