Washington State University is seeking volunteers for what some might consider their dream job. In an effort to create a comprehensive breathalyzer to detect THC, researchers at the college are signing up test subjects to smoke pot.
According to Washington state law, drivers with five nanograms of active tetrahydrocannabinol (also referred to as THC) in their bloodstream can be arrested for driving under the influence.
The obvious problem with this legislation is the lack of a device that detects active THC and determines whether someone is high at the time of the test. Current tests detect any and all THC in the bloodstream, which can linger for longer than two weeks.
Not to burst your bubble but study participants must reside in Pullman, Washington. They also must be at least 21 years of age.
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