Since Colorado legalized pot in January, many have worried that drugged drivers would increase highway fatalities. They were wrong.
The Washington Post analyzed data from the state's department of transportation:
As you can see, roadway fatalities this year are down from last year, and down from the 13-year average. Of the seven months so far this year, five months saw a lower fatality figure this year than last, two months saw a slightly higher figure this year, and in one month the two figures were equal.Via Washington Post