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WATCH ABOVE: A Vancouver law firm ran tests that found the federally-approved Drager device picks up false positives for hard drugs for people who eat innocent items like poppy seeds. Kristen Robinson reports. A Vancouver lawyer says her suspicions about the new Drager DrugTest 5000 roadside testing device have been confirmed after her law firm ran two days of testing that turned up false positives. The saliva-screening device was approved by the federal government ahead of cannabis legalization last October to be used by law enforcement to check drivers for THC, the main psychoactive agent in marijuana. WATCH: (Aired Sept. 25, 2018) Several police forces say ‘no’ to pot test Kyla Lee with Acumen Law already had concerns about the device when it was approved, namely that it only detects the presence of drugs rather than impairment. Roadside drug testing device picks up false positives from poppy seeds and tea, B.C. lawyers find

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