New ruling by the State Supreme Court makes it easier to prosecute drivers who have marijuana in their system.
Drivers found with the chemical THC in their bodies can now be charged as "Driving While Intoxicated.”
The ruling also says that prosecutors only have to show that the chemical is in the body.
The THC chemical appears when the body breaks down marijuana.
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