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Drugged Driving Increasing:  In the wake of several states legalizing recreational pot and the widespread reduction of penalties for use and possession of other drugs, studies are finding sharp increases in drugged driving.  Quentin Fottrell of Market Watch reports that Auto accidents involving drugged drivers have increased by 22% over the last decade, along with increases of fatal drug overdoses.  The biggest spike in overdoses were among generation X and baby boomers.  The level of intoxication, testing and consequences for drivers high on drugs vary from state to state.  The recent DUI arrest of Tiger Woods highlights the problem law enforcement faces in trying to keep intoxicated drivers off the roads.

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