VIDEO: Study finds many medical marijuana drive while high in MI

BY TEAM DML / JANUARY 9, 2019 /

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At the most advanced driving simulator in the world, at the University of Iowa, a study on the effects of driving under the influence of cannabis has been in high gear. Dr. Marilyn Huestis has been studying cannabis for 20 years and showed “60 Minutes” around the lab two years ago.

“The ability to take information in, evaluate it, make decisions and initiate them, greatly affected by cannabis,” she said.

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Those potential dangers are at the heart of a study from the University of Michigan published on Wednesday. Of the nearly 800 of Michigan medical cannabis users surveyed, 51 percent admitted to driving while “a little high” and 21 percent said they had driven while “very high.”

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