A 2018 Reason investigation showed how Chicago's impound program ensnared innocent owners, stripped them of their cars, and soaked them in debt.
Reason showed how Chicago's impound program traps innocent owners in thousands of dollars of debt in 2018.
After a State-Authorized Medical Marijuana Patient Had an Epileptic Seizure and Crashed Her Car, Police Arrested Her for Driving With 'Marjuana in Her System'
The case illustrates the injustice and irrationality of Pennsylvania's "zero tolerance" approach to stoned driving.
In November, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in Kansas v. Glover.
The Supreme Court should not let police stop cars solely because they’re registered to people with suspended licenses.
Sober Cannabis Consumers in Utah Already Can Be Convicted of Stoned Driving. This Legislator Thinks the Law Is Too Lenient.
His bill would authorize felony prosecutions of drivers with THC in their blood even when they are not impaired.
New York Dad Should Not Face Homicide Charges for Accidentally Killing Twin 1-Year-Olds in a Hot Car
Laws criminalizing the act of leaving children in cars are misguided.
The researchers found no statistically significant relationship between testing positive for THC and contributing to accidents.
Following a Reason investigation into Chicago's punitive vehicle impound program, a new lawsuit alleges the practice violates Chicagoans constitutional rights.
The city decided her van was an abandoned vehicle, even though it clearly wasn't.
The state can no longer suspend poor people's driver's licenses over unpaid traffic tickets, Judge Aleta Trauger ruled.
The granting or withholding of that approval is a powerful lever over our lives.
Leesa buckles her seatbelt across her abaya to celebrate the end of the female driving ban.
Drug violations generated more than $36 million of that.