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We discussed in February proposed legislation to punish repeat drunk drivers by making repeat offenses felonies after either a third strike within seven years of the first, or a fourth strike in a person’s lifetime. The current proposal has removed the three strikes rule in the bill’s original text. According to supporters of the bill, known as HB 1043, removing the three strikes rule will make the policy more desirable for

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Soon, it will be possible to measure one’s drug impairment by simply using a smartphone app. Not only would this make the process of identifying drunk drivers easier, but it would provide a tool for drinkers and drug users to ascertain their own level of impairment in hopes of dissuading them from getting behind the wheel of a car. The technology behind the app is used currently to diagnose neurological diseases
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The Colorado state government has had a lukewarm reception to the newest fad in drinking, a product called Palcohol. Recently approved by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, Palcohol combines the high alcohol content of liquor with the portability of a powder – perfect for backpackers who want to enjoy a cocktail in the great outdoors without lugging around bottles of booze. Despite federal approval, Colorado is conflicted on

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For many young people, college is the beginning of independence, which can be as stressful as it is liberating. The rigors of college life – classes, homework, jobs, pressure from parents and society, the nightmares of showing up late to class in only underwear (you will continue having these nightmares for the rest of your life) – can become overwhelming. To relieve that stress, many students turn to drugs and alcohol.

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Driving in low visibility situations can be dangerous – fog, heavy rain and snow all present unique dangers on the road. A Colorado man in West Virginia recently took “low visibility driving” to a whole new level – by driving with several inches of snow covering his windshield. Besides the obvious risks inherent to driving without the use of sight, snow and ice piled on top of a vehicle can pose