Says the measure, “fails to give prosecutors any standard by which to measure and convict drug-impaired drivers.”
Sacramento, CA – The Board of Directors of the California District Attorneys Association (CDAA) has voted unanimously to oppose Proposition 64, which would legalize the adult use of marijuana. CDAA Chief Executive Officer, Mark Zahner, released the following statement regarding the initiative:
“This measure is poorly crafted and does nothing to help us keep dangerously impaired drivers from getting behind the wheel and injuring or killing innocent Californians on our streets and freeways. Among other flaws, Prop 64 fails to give prosecutors any standard by which to measure and convict drug-impaired drivers.