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Response to Scuba (Reply #8)

Sun Nov 30, 2014, 10:50 AM

9. Agreed

If I remember correctly, THC can be detected in the blood long after any perceptible effect has dissipated. That would require the blood concentration level to be established by standards that don't exist as far as i know.
As someone who has been what is now considered a heavy drinker for years I know my capacity to operate without perceptible impairment at BAC levels that are considered intoxicated is common.
I don't think a breath test would be an indicative test considering factors like edibles, the aforementioned verified and accepted standards, and whether it is measuring only psychoactive cannabinoids.

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