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Hawaii Lawmakers Ask How Much Marijuana Is Acceptable While Driving

With Hawaii's medical marijuana dispensaries set to open in July, state lawmakers are racing to set a limit for stoned drivers.

Rep. Cindy Evans introduced a resolution that looks at how much marijuana a driver can safely consume before getting behind the wheel of a car.

"Impaired driving is impaired driving and we have laws in the books for driving under the influence of alcohol, so why not under the influence of marijuana?" said Evans.

The resolution asks the Department of Health to study the issue and establish a threshold and testing protocol that would determine whether someone is safe enough to drive after using marijuana.

"Medical marijuana is possibly a precursor to legalization and we as a society need to determine the consequences of having more marijuana in our community," Evans said.

But DOH opposes the resolution saying it doesn't have the capacity to study the complicated question, especially since it doesn't include funding.

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