No link between legalized cannabis and car accident fatalities, according to U.S. study | Georgia Straight Vancouver’s News & Entertainment Weekly

ANOTHER LIE EXPOSEDNow here’s a study Canadian lawmakers should read as they consider Bill C46, which seeks to amend the Criminal Code with respect to drug-impaired driving.A study recently published in the American Journal of Public Health has found that states with legalized recreational cannabis do not have a greater rate of car accident deaths than states where cannabis is illegal.

Conducted by doctors and researchers from the University of Texas-Austin and Rice University, the study compared car accident fatalities in Colorado and Washington, where cannabis is legal, to similar data from eight control states where the drug is still prohibited.

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Source: No link between legalized cannabis and car accident fatalities, according to U.S. study | Georgia Straight Vancouver’s News & Entertainment Weekly

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