A California tech team claims to have the solution for measuring pot intake.

With marijuana legalization taking hold in Canada and parts of the United States, it has become more important than ever for law enforcement to have a proper tool to gauge impairment.

Because cannabis metabolizes in the human body in a way that is much different from alcohol, there has not been a roadside testing method that can effectively determine whether a motorist is actually driving high or just someone who has smoked weed at some point over the past month.

But one California tech firm claims to have the solution. 

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Mike Adams ~ TheFreshToast.com

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