A bill that would allow police to test a driver’s saliva for marijuana is being considered by Vermont lawmakers as the state prepares to legalize the drug.
The roadside saliva test would not determine whether a driver was impaired, but motorists who test positive could be asked to submit to a blood test.
Vermont Public Safety Commissioner Thomas Anderson says screening saliva would be quicker than blood tests.
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