CLAAD To Co-Host National Dialogue on Drug-Impaired Driving
March 22, 2012 - A Florida judge recently declared that he will suspend defendants’ drivers’ licenses if he finds that the individuals are using oxycodone -- unless they produce a letter from their prescriber stating that they are capable of driving safely. This approach could put health care practitioners at greater risk for liability. To address the complex policy issues related to drug-impaired driving, CLAAD will co-host a national dialogue on April 12, 2012, as part of the National Rx Drug Abuse Summit. Full story.
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