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Under Chinese authoritarianism, they'll have neither.
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.
"Any platform he is provided...creates more space for right-wing extremists to escalate their attacks on our communities."
They worry that letting speech flourish in the rest of the campus will make "students feel unsafe and unwelcome."
To state Rep. Jillian Gilchrest, “Raising women up” apparently means depriving them of employment opportunities.
The toy company allegedly failed to test its miracle cure for cranky baby syndrome.
The researchers found no statistically significant relationship between testing positive for THC and contributing to accidents.
New York legislators also are taking another shot at legalization.
A mom reflects on her experience parenting in the age of fear.
These citizen meter maids would be empowered to ticket drivers for parking in bike lanes
Intelligent Speeding Assistance raises practical and privacy concerns.
Ridesharing poses no particular dangers for minors.
Regulatory Hysteria About Children, Driverless Cars Combines to Shut Down Autonomous School Bus Project
The shuttle traveled eight miles per hour down a three-block route one day a week.
The transit center will remain closed through the end of next week.
What are necessary public safety protections in calm weather become life-threatening red tape when disaster strikes.
The figure refers to crashes in which a driver exceeded the threshold at which state law presumes impairment.
Once again, government would best serve the public by just getting out of the way.
But other cities want to crack down on the services anyway.
The Drake-inspired viral challenge has seen the nation's youth fling themselves out of moving vehicles.
Restricting guns-or vans, knives, or planes-won't make the world safer. The Toronto van attack reminds us peril lies in people with bad intent, not with how they get it done.
Penn State Lets Students Keep Their Scuba Club, But Only After They Swear Never to Host Scuba Trips Again
Club leader tells Reason, "We have an impeccable safety track record."
Conventional cars didn't need FDA-style regulation, and neither do self-driving cars.
Collapsed FIU Bridge Was Funded by Federal Grant Program Criticized for Shoddy, Politicized Review Process
The TIGER grant program has come under fire for putting politics ahead of technical concerns.
Spectacular but rare accidents receive the bulk of the attention.
A large new study out of the U.K. proves it.
The show, based on the work of Philip K. Dick, is like Black Mirror but if people were sometimes good.
Less flashy improvements would save more lives for far less money.