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To better recognize, assess and arrest drug-impaired drivers, New York trained an additional nine law enforcement officers as Drug Recognition Experts. GHSA Board Member and New York Governor's Traffic Safety Committee Assistant Commissioner Chuck DeWeese discusses.
Story by Morgan McKay
October 26, 2018
Drugged driving is a growing issue nationally, and Wisconsin has seen its number of drug-related crash deaths double in the past decade. This article references GHSA's recent report on drug-impaired driving.
Story by Shamane Mills
June 4, 2018
Rhode Island recently passed a hands-free device ban to cut down on distracted driving. GHSA's Kara Macek discusses the benefits of these laws to law enforcement and compliance.
Article by Dylan McGuinness
May 28, 2018