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 The Evergreen State College.
Our approaches to defeating the coronavirus should be given the greatest degree of regulatory freedom possible, leaving life and death treatment options to the physicians and their patients.
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.