With less than two months until cannabis becomes widely available in Maryland, Baltimore cops are getting up to speed in terms of spotting impairment behind the wheel. 

To that end, the Baltimore County Police Department is training officers to figure out how to ascertain if someone is stoned or just one of those lousy drivers whom we all need to avoid.

The Green Lab Training sessions involving police officers and medical marijuana users are getting together to help the former understand what’s happening with the latter.

Impairment In Real-Time: Show-And-Tell

Medical cannabis consumers brought in their bongs, joints and edibles to the Green Lab session for a show-and-tell session. 

"There is a stigma about people, why are they using cannabis," said David Madaras, president of the Chesapeake …

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