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October 13, 2019 – “It’s about creating a balance of public safety and fairness,” Lynn said. “I’ve seen the tragedies resulting from impaired driving up close. And I have a good idea how challenging it is at the roadside to know whether someone smoked pot recently. But I believe if someone is not stoned, they shouldn’t be arrested.”

Blood tests for marijuana can return a positive result even if someone has used cannabis within the last three weeks. Lynn claims that his device can detect whether someone has smoked or ingested a marijuana edible within the last three hours. A Canadian start-up, called SannTek, has a device in development with similar capabilities. The Hound is comprised of a base station and a hand-held device that together will retail for…

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