If the bill is passed, it would apply to Utah, because we're a medically legal state.
At a glance, it looks as if states would be free to reach the goals in the law as they see fit, if within limits.
We don't have a position since we don't have details. We will say we wish such a bill would ban the absolutely, positively known to be worse than useless THC metabolites test as a basis for indictment or conviction, and then we'd be on the road to something constructive.
Democratic leadership in a House committee introduced a bill on Wednesday that includes a provision requiring legal marijuana states—and only those states—to consider ways to promote education about the dangers of cannabis-impaired driving while curbing such behavior. The chairman of the House T…