Prosecutor Wants “Legal Limit” Set For Marijuana And Driving

(Huron, SD) — A South Dakota attorney wants a “legal limit” set when it comes to marijuana and driving. Beadle County State’s Attorney Michael Moore says it’s a public safety issue and believes the legislature “could further define what is considered over the limit for cannabis.” State prosecutors also face long turnaround time results when it comes to cannabis because blood alcohol levels are usually sent within a month while marijuana can take up to four months. Moore believes if South Dakota sets a limit, it could help serve justice to people who’ve been negatively affected by high drivers.

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