DENVER (AP) -- A measure to set a marijuana blood limit for drivers faces a big test Monday in the chamber where it has failed three times before.
The Senate Judiciary Committee starts work on this year's stoned-driving bill, which has already cleared the House.
Marijuana activists aren't giving up hope they'll defeat this year's version as well.
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