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Drivers on Prescription Drugs Are Hard to Convict

Date: July 24, 2010
Authors: Abby Goodnough and Katie Zezima
QUOTE: The issue is vexing police officials because, unlike with alcohol, there is no agreement on what level of drugs in the blood impairs driving. The behavioral effects of prescription medication vary widely, depending not just on the drug but on the person taking it.

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