Companies are developing research and technology trying to be first to market with a marijuana breath testing device that can be used by law enforcement and the workplace. These devices will detect (THC-the psychoactive component of marijuana that causes intoxication. Defense attorneys will argue that roadside testing of a persons saliva could and will violate the 4th amendment right of that person by intrusion into their person. There is also an argument that Todd brings forth that each person is affected differently after smoking marijuana and how it impairs there ability to operate a motor vehicle. Where will the THC cut-off be set in relation to states blood alcohol levels. These questions and more are discussed in this episode. Additionally, Rachel Levitt appears on the show providing updates on vapes and how some schools are trying to prevent students from smoking. 

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