Report shows fewer traffic fatalities after states pass medical pot laws

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December 1, 2011
Denver Post    
Posted in News, PND News

"The study -- by University of Colorado Denver professor Daniel Rees and Montana State University professor D. Mark Anderson -- found that the traffic-death rate drops by nearly 9 percent in states after they legalize marijuana for medical use. The researchers arrived at that figure, Rees said, after controlling for other variables such as changes in traffic laws, seat-belt usage and miles driven." (11/30/11)  


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