Teri P. Moore is a policy analyst and editor at Reason Foundation.
Moore served two years in the Peace Corps in Africa before settling on a career in law enforcement as a military police officer in the U.S. Army and then as a patrol officer with the Los Angeles Police Department. As a police officer, she worked narcotics and was a certified Drug Recognition Expert Instructor.
Moore is author of The Secular Homeschooler, a book about teaching kids independence, critical thinking and character.
She has a B.A. in English from Evergreen State College.
Identifying policies that protect public safety without penalizing legal marijuana users who are sober at the time they drive.
A health risk comparison of alcohol, tobacco and marijuana.
Some people have claimed that the recent increase in homelessness in Colorado and Washington is a consequence of a “green rush” to these states following legalization.
Drug recognition expert officers are in the best position to decide whether or not the driver is actively impaired by THC.