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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
    Every single one of them ... if you apply the same legal standard that applies to alcohol.

    How do you ignore the report from the National Drug Abuse Council (or whatever hell the name of that government agency might be) in Post #64 ... you can't be selective in your facts -- you have to use all of them.

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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Quote Originally Posted by Rocketman View Post
    THC? we are done here, you lose, along with another liberal that refuses to read on ignore you go.
    thats what i thought you got NOTHING lol

    facts prove your post wrong again


    nobody here is supporting that driving while impaired

    but we are pointing out the fact these studies are useless without more info
    where they high at the time of the accident?
    did they cayuse the wreck?
    if they did was it because they were high?

    with out these answers you got nothing and facts win again lol

    the studies only show that more people had weed in their system, thats it, NOTHING ELSE do you deny this fact?

    I cant wait for your answer i know you are going to dodge it
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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Quote Originally Posted by GBFAN View Post
    Every single one of them ... if you apply the same legal standard that applies to alcohol.

    How do you ignore the report from the National Drug Abuse Council (or whatever hell the name of that government agency might be) in Post #64 ... you can't be selective in your facts -- you have to use all of them.
    he can't read, he will continue to shout without substance

     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 GBFAN View Post
    1.)Every single one of them ... if you apply the same legal standard that applies to alcohol.

    2.) How do you ignore the report from the National Drug Abuse Council (or whatever hell the name of that government agency might be) in Post #64 ... you can't be selective in your facts -- you have to use all of them.
    1.) so the answer is none of them because you dont know, thanks for pointing that fact out
    2.) nobody ignored anything, posting this lie wont make it true

    i am actually the one using FACTS lol

    tell me what that study FACTUALLY says, have to ever had a stats class in your life?

    the study says the more people were found to have weed in thier system, that's it, that's the only fact there are no others

    do you disagree with that fact?

    PLEASE answer lol
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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    1-it stands to reason that as there are more people and marijuana use has become more commonplace, that there would be a higher incident of accidents involving drivers with some trace amounts of marijuana.
    2-The study covered a span from 1999. That cant very well include data from states where marijuana use has been legalized with anything resembling reliability.
    3-I would bet good money if someone were invested in looking at the 'statistics', incidents of fatal accidents involving prescription drug use have increased dramatically as well.
    4-the study shows figures for use of BOTH alcohol AND marijuana...does it reflect use of ONLY marijuana?

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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Quote Originally Posted by VanceMack View Post
    1-it stands to reason that as there are more people and marijuana use has become more commonplace, that there would be a higher incident of accidents involving drivers with some trace amounts of marijuana.
    2-The study covered a span from 1999. That cant very well include data from states where marijuana use has been legalized with anything resembling reliability.
    3-I would bet good money if someone were invested in looking at the 'statistics', incidents of fatal accidents involving prescription drug use have increased dramatically as well.
    4-the study shows figures for use of BOTH alcohol AND marijuana...does it reflect use of ONLY marijuana?
    this one does:

     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
    he can't read, he will continue to shout without substance

     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
    FACTS from the stats above
    More people had weed in thier system in recent years than previous years. Thats it no other facts are there lol

    important questions:
    how many were high at the time of the accident?
    how many caused the accident?
    of the number that caused the accident was it because they were impaired?

    facts win again!

    let me know when you can prove otherwise
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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    Quote Originally Posted by AGENT J View Post
    1.) so the answer is none of them because you dont know, thanks for pointing that fact out
    2.) nobody ignored anything, posting this lie wont make it true

    i am actually the one using FACTS lol

    tell me what that study FACTUALLY says, have to ever had a stats class in your life?

    the study says the more people were found to have weed in thier system, that's it, that's the only fact there are no others

    do you disagree with that fact?

    PLEASE answer lol

    Ahhhh -- i got ya --- the federal government is lying to us ... but only when it comes to pot, right? Clearly you didn't bother to read the report .. I did.

    But, you don't want to ... it absolutely destroys your position ... I'll leave you to your ignorance. Wear it in good health ...

    But, if you're brave enough ... and I don't think for one minute that you are ... start here http://www.drugabuse.gov/publication...affect-driving

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    Re: Study: Fatal Car Crashes Involving Marijuana Have Tripled

    prove is there AJ fails to read, all had it in their system. I love watching paranoia

     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 VanceMack View Post
    1-it stands to reason that as there are more people and marijuana use has become more commonplace, that there would be a higher incident of accidents involving drivers with some trace amounts of marijuana.
    2-The study covered a span from 1999. That cant very well include data from states where marijuana use has been legalized with anything resembling reliability.
    3-I would bet good money if someone were invested in looking at the 'statistics', incidents of fatal accidents involving prescription drug use have increased dramatically as well.
    4-the study shows figures for use of BOTH alcohol AND marijuana...does it reflect use of ONLY marijuana?
    Yeah, big pharma probably wouldn't let such studies see the light of day.
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