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Prop. 64 raises drugged driving concerns: 'We are going to start losing folks in astronomical numbers'

The defendant told an LAPD officer he had smoked pot five hours before he was pulled over on Melrose Avenue for driving erratically. A blood test found a significant level of the chemical THC in his system, and a drug recognition expert ruled he was too impaired to drive safely. But a Los Angeles...
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