Even though recreational marijuana is legal in California, most people probably wouldn't be comfortable smoking around police officers. But that's exactly what some people have volunteered to do, CBS Los Angeles reports. A "green lab" is seeking to help officers, prosecutors and toxicologists identify signs of impairment, as drugged driving becomes a bigger problem on roads.


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