Feds Developing Phone App To Measure Marijuana Impairment

How high are you? There’s an app for that. Or, at least the federal government wants there to be, and it’s offering researchers cash to develop it. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) issued a request for proposals this week to create technologies for detecting what they are calling “Digital Markers for Marijuana Intoxication.” Specifically, the feds want to pay to support the development of iPhone and Android apps that can one day be used by police officers to determine whether drivers are too high to drive. 

Industry Leaders Riding High as Marijuana Demand Outpaces Supply

Industry Leaders Riding High as Marijuana Demand Outpaces Supply NetworkNewsWire Editorial Coverage Share this article NEW YORK , July 19, The legal marijuana market has been growing by leaps and bounds in North America . Sales jumped 30 percent in 2016, accounting for $6.7 billion in retail activity in the United States and Canada .

Industry Leaders Riding High as Marijuana Demand Outpaces Supply

Industry Leaders Riding High as Marijuana Demand Outpaces Supply NetworkNewsWire Editorial Coverage Share this article NEW YORK , July 19, The legal marijuana market has been growing by leaps and bounds in North America . Sales jumped 30 percent in 2016, accounting for $6.7 billion in retail activity in the United States and Canada .