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Driving High / Marijuana Car Crash #1145226

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Feb 02, 2020
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(Studio: Omar Villafranca) Report introduced.

(Los Angeles: Kris Van Cleave) An AAA Washington state study on the car crashes by drivers on marijuana examined; deadly crash statistics after the greenlighting of marijuana cited; details given from a Colorado state study on people driving high. [AAA's Jake NELSON - opposes using marijuana & driving.] [State Officer Bruce MYERS - says it is common & effects you.] The AAA's opposition to legalizing marijuana noted.

Reporter(s):
Villafranca, Omar;
Cleave, Kris Van
Duration:
00:02:50

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