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A senate committee in Vermont has rejected a bill that would have let police use a roadside saliva test to detect marijuana.
The state’s public safety commissioner is critical of the decision, which rejects a plan that would have replaced blood testing for marijuana.
The commissioner sent the senate a letter criticizing the decision. But senate Republicans say the test would be inherently unfair, because there is no legal standard for drug impairment as there is for drunk driving.