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August 30, 2017

AAA Is Doubling Down On Their Marijuana Distortions

At a recent AAA Texas-sponsored event, attendees were falsely told that drivers testing positive possess a 25-fold risk of accident compared to sober drivers. But the actual study cited by AAA concluded nothing of the sort. Rather, the study in question -- conducted by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration -- determined that THC-positive drivers possessed virtually no statistically significant risk of motor vehicle accident compared to sober drivers.
August 29, 2017

FDA Seeking Public Comments On CBD

On Regulations.Gov, right now, the Federal Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is soliciting public comments with regard to the therapeutic utility and abuse liability of various controlled substances, including cannabidiol (CBD).
August 28, 2017

Congressman O’Rourke Introduces Amendment To End Arbitrary License Suspensions

This amendment is similar to the Better Drive Act, which Congressman O’Rourke introduced in April. The Better Drive Act removes the federal mandate that demands states to suspend the driver’s license of individuals with a marijuana possession conviction. Currently, any drug conviction, regardless of whether or not the motor vehicle was involved, results in an automatic suspension of the individual’s driving privileges for a period of six months.
August 28, 2017

Bianca Jagger To Receive Second Annual Michael J. Kennedy Social Justice Award

Ms. Jagger has committed her life to defending human rights, civil liberties, social justice and environmental protection throughout the world.