DENVER (AP) — A stoned-driving bill awaiting the governor's signature has attracted a lawsuit from a northern Colorado man who wants to block the measure.

Brandon Baker of Nunn says he uses marijuana for religious reasons and that the blood limit at which drivers would be considered impaired is too low for frequent users. Baker says the limit will help convict pot users who aren't stoned behind the wheel.

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