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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Poor AJ, he failed to get the memo:

     Colorado’s Fatal Crashes Involving THC Increased 148%.

    Between 2006 and 2011, 240 people were killed in Colorado in crashes where the driver tested positive for THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. The number of fatalities with drivers under the influence of marijuana has increased over the years, while state-wide fatal crashes have decreased.

    In Colorado during the five-year period, 2006 to 2011, fatal crashes involving THC increased 148%.

    THC Total State Percent
    Fatal Crashes Fatal Crashes THC
    Year
    2006 21 721 2.9%
    2007 23 789 2.9%
    2008 31 712 4.4%
    2009 37 653 5.7%
    2010 42 600 7%
    2011 52 587 8.9%

    Source: Colorado Department of Transportation

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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Quote Originally Posted by Rocketman View Post
    much like the **** you post here
    That's the best you got, really? Sorry, but your links are sorry to say the least especially when dealing with pot. Try again, your posts are amateur.

    The problem is you LIKE alcohol and refuse to see the similarities with YOUR drug of choice.

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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Quote Originally Posted by Rocketman View Post
    Colorado Law Enforcement Drug Recognition Experts (DREs)

    • Drug Recognition Experts (DREs) are law enforcement officers who are highly trained to recognize
    impairment in drivers under the influence of drugs, and to identify which category of drug is causing
    the impairment.
    • The number of certified DREs has risen from 86 in 2005 to 173 as of July 1, 2011. There are expected to
    be over 190 DREs statewide by the end of 2011.
    • From 2005 to 2010, the number of evaluations conducted by DREs each year has nearly doubled, from
    465 (2005) to 910 (2010).
    o 2005 – 465
    o 2006 – 511
    o 2007 – 668
    o 2008 – 729
    o 2009 – 810
    o 2010 -- 910
    • On average, between 2005 and 2010, roughly 58% of all DRE evaluations came up with a result of
    marijuana as a drug involved.
    • From 2009 (391) to 2010 (599), there was a 35% increase in the number of DRE evaluation that came
    up with a result of marijuana as a drug involved.
    o 2005 – 300
    o 2006 – 304
    o 2007 – 335
    o 2008—429
    o 2009 – 391
    o 2010 - 599

    http://www.coloradodot.info/programs...heet082011.pdf
    awesome still NOTHING that says the drug was factually the cause of the accident LMAO another useless link that says nothing

    the best part is there is probably NOBODY in this thread that supports using drugs being wasted and driving they are only pointing out the fact the the OP and these states are meaningless with out more info
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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNextEra View Post
    That's the best you got, really? Sorry, but your links are sorry to say the least especially when dealing with pot. Try again, your posts are amateur.
    as are yours, nothing but crap from you as usual. Why is it liberals are too ****ing lazy to read?

     Colorado’s Fatal Crashes Involving THC Increased 148%.

    Between 2006 and 2011, 240 people were killed in Colorado in crashes where the driver tested positive for THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. The number of fatalities with drivers under the influence of marijuana has increased over the years, while state-wide fatal crashes have decreased.

    In Colorado during the five-year period, 2006 to 2011, fatal crashes involving THC increased 148%.

    THC Total State Percent
    Fatal Crashes Fatal Crashes THC
    Year
    2006 21 721 2.9%
    2007 23 789 2.9%
    2008 31 712 4.4%
    2009 37 653 5.7%
    2010 42 600 7%
    2011 52 587 8.9%

    Source: Colorado Department of Transportation

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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    awesome still NOTHING that says the drug was factually the cause of the accident LMAO another useless link that says nothing

    the best part is there is probably NOBODY in this thread that supports using drugs being wasted and driving they are only pointing out the fact the the OP and these states are meaningless with out more info
    But ... when you were given more info, published by the federal government, you chose to ignore it .. because it was inconvenient.

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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Quote Originally Posted by Rocketman View Post
    Poor AJ, he failed to get the memo:

     Colorado’s Fatal Crashes Involving THC Increased 148%.

    Between 2006 and 2011, 240 people were killed in Colorado in crashes where the driver tested positive for THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. The number of fatalities with drivers under the influence of marijuana has increased over the years, while state-wide fatal crashes have decreased.

    In Colorado during the five-year period, 2006 to 2011, fatal crashes involving THC increased 148%.

    THC Total State Percent
    Fatal Crashes Fatal Crashes THC
    Year
    2006 21 721 2.9%
    2007 23 789 2.9%
    2008 31 712 4.4%
    2009 37 653 5.7%
    2010 42 600 7%
    2011 52 587 8.9%

    Source: Colorado Department of Transportation
    how many were factually cause by weed?

    another meaningless stat as you present the info, facts win again
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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    awesome still NOTHING that says the drug was factually the cause of the accident LMAO another useless link that says nothing

    the best part is there is probably NOBODY in this thread that supports using drugs being wasted and driving they are only pointing out the fact the the OP and these states are meaningless with out more info
    yeah this one does straight from Colorado. Traffic fatalities down but THC fatalities up

     Colorado’s Fatal Crashes Involving THC Increased 148%.

    Between 2006 and 2011, 240 people were killed in Colorado in crashes where the driver tested positive for THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. The number of fatalities with drivers under the influence of marijuana has increased over the years, while state-wide fatal crashes have decreased.

    In Colorado during the five-year period, 2006 to 2011, fatal crashes involving THC increased 148%.

    THC Total State Percent
    Fatal Crashes Fatal Crashes THC
    Year
    2006 21 721 2.9%
    2007 23 789 2.9%
    2008 31 712 4.4%
    2009 37 653 5.7%
    2010 42 600 7%
    2011 52 587 8.9%

    Source: Colorado Department of Transportation

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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    how many were factually cause by weed?

    another meaningless stat as you present the info, facts win again
    THC? we are done here, you lose, along with another liberal that refuses to read on ignore you go.

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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Quote Originally Posted by GBFAN View Post
    But ... when you were given more info, published by the federal government, you chose to ignore it .. because it was inconvenient.
    what info? PLEASE PLEASE post the infp that says weed was factually responsible for a number of deaths and then show that number increase

    Id love to read it, that would actually be very interesting!

    and again the best part is NOBODY that i know of supports being high on drugs and driving, Driving imparied is illegal and should be

    we are only pointing out that the studies are meaningless without more info


    the only thing these studies factually state is the more people had weed in thier system, do you deny this fact?

    I cant wait for this answer
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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Quote Originally Posted by Rocketman View Post
    yeah this one does straight from Colorado. Traffic fatalities down but THC fatalities up

     Colorado’s Fatal Crashes Involving THC Increased 148%.

    Between 2006 and 2011, 240 people were killed in Colorado in crashes where the driver tested positive for THC, the psychoactive ingredient in marijuana. The number of fatalities with drivers under the influence of marijuana has increased over the years, while state-wide fatal crashes have decreased.

    In Colorado during the five-year period, 2006 to 2011, fatal crashes involving THC increased 148%.

    THC Total State Percent
    Fatal Crashes Fatal Crashes THC
    Year
    2006 21 721 2.9%
    2007 23 789 2.9%
    2008 31 712 4.4%
    2009 37 653 5.7%
    2010 42 600 7%
    2011 52 587 8.9%

    Source: Colorado Department of Transportation
    how many were factually cause by weed?

    another meaningless stat as you present the info, facts win again
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