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Officers eye impaired drivers

4:29 PM, Dec. 3, 2012
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Wisconsin Sate Patrol and other law enforcement agencies throughout Wisconsin are focusing on drivers impaired by drugs in December.

This marks the ninth anniversary of the Wisconsin law that makes driving with any detectible amount of a controlled substance illegal. Controlled substances may include, but are not limited to, marijuana, cocaine or heroin. Controlled substances also include an overdose of prescription drugs.

Officers use many of the same procedures identifying a driver using drugs as those used to identify a driver impaired by alcohol, according to a news release sent ...

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