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Are Canada's new impaired driving laws appropriate?
Canada's new impaired driving laws regarding cannabis are appropriate and will not need major revision.
We need a strict regulation to make sure there are no more dangerous drivers on the road due to cannabis.
Because alcohol has a legal limit and is an intoxicant, cannabis should have one too.
Someone who only smokes occasionally could smoke something too strong and be too impaired to drive.
It was illegal to drive high before anyway, all the added laws just take something that was already frowned upon and made it so you could go to jail for 5 years for being a stoner and driving sober.
Legal comparison suggests the 2ng/ml is too strict.
Innocent people could be fined or falsely imprisoned due to improper regulation.
Most of the time when someone is too high to drive, they wouldn't think of getting behind the wheel because they know they're too high.
Someone who smokes frequently could be fined/imprisoned just because they have some the in their body due to build up in the system. They could be completely sober.
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