Colorado still not sure whether legal marijuana made roads less safe

Three years after Colorado voted to legalize recreational marijuana, little is known about whether the state’s roads are less safe — and law enforcement efforts remain largely focused on alcohol, not pot.

One glaring example: A Coloradan who pleads guilty to driving under the influence of marijuana is required to install a device on his car’s ignition to measure the alcohol in his breath.

“Basically, I could continue to smoke as much weed as I wanted, and the DMV would be none the wiser,” said Colin McCallin, a Denver defense attorney who specializes in DUI laws.

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