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  1. A testing device is good but you need to scientifically know how much thc is needed to make a person intoxicated. Studies need to be done. You cant just decide on a number. A lawyer will destroy it in a court of law. His argument will be...wheres the proof that this number says a person has had too much?

  2. Lifeloc Technologies is also in the race for the first marijuana breathalyzer and this company actually has profits, cash, revenue, customers, and distribution channels:

    The marijuana breathalyzer has an expected completion date of August 31, 2017 according to the latest annual report.
    Thanks in part to a $250,000 grant from the Colorado Office of Economic Development, Lifeloc scientists have come up with a method that can not only detect the presence of Delta 9 THC in a person's exhaled breath, it can also identify the metabolite separately.
    "Feasibility of detection has already been demonstrated for very low levels of delta-9-THC, cocaine, and methamphetamine."

    As marijuana legalization spreads across the country and the world, the need to get rapid and reliable testing methods to law enforcement officers will only increase. Providing this technology is consistent with Lifeloc’s corporate mission to make our roads and workplaces safer.

  3. Glad to see you promoting a drug that will create yet another public health crisis. All in the name of the almighty dollar of course. Shame on you!

    • if the drug is taken appropriately it becomes a cure and thus can solve health crisis rather than create. So shame on you that you're not literate enough.

      • I agree, I have many health issues and smoking or vaping with THC or CBD'S makes my life much easier to function every day.
        People need to research this wonderful plant and see all the healing properties with Cannabis
        Look up Dr. Rafael Mechoulam