4/24/2014
Drug tests OK for new workers in Birmingham and Hoover; but not in Jefferson County. What gives?

Our research indicates that the federal courts permit public employers to use pre-employment drug screening to maintain drug free workplaces." [...]

4/24/2014
Patrick establishes restrictions for Zohydro

Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick's administration announced Tuesday it would be imposing restrictions of prescribing the new potent painkiller Zohydro. [...]

4/23/2014
Clinton White House Considered Drug Testing Student-Loan Applicants

It was a lifetime ago where drug policy is concerned, but the Clinton administration wasn't ahead of its time when it came to asking kids to pee in cups. [...]

4/23/2014
Justin Bieber's Miami trial pushed back to July

A Miami judge on Wednesday agreed to delay pop star Justin Bieber's trial until July 7 on charges stemming from the Canadian singer's January arrest when he was caught allegedly drag racing on Miami Beach. [...]

4/23/2014
Florida lawmaker accused of DUI after Taco Bell run

A Southwest Florida lawmaker who advocated for a new state law to drug test all elected officials was arrested early Monday and accused of drunken driving, Tallahassee Police Department officials say. [...]

4/23/2014
Senate sides with ridesharing services Uber, Lyft

Calling Uber a cutting-edge concept, the Arizona Senate on Tuesday gave initial approval to a bill that exempts ride-share companies from the same regulations that traditional taxi and limo companies have. [...]

4/23/2014
FL-Gov: Rick Scott's (R) Drug Czar Opposes Medical Marijuana Bill

Efforts to legalize a specific strain of marijuana to help children with intractable epilepsy faced a new hurdle Monday as the governor's chief medical advisor said he opposed the bill because it will allow untested drugs into the market, raising the specter that the governor may veto the bill. [...]

4/23/2014
No more second chances for Norwalk man

A Norwalk man who violated his probation due to a positive drug screen was sentenced Tuesday to 18 months in prison. [...]

4/23/2014
Genesee County CPS worker claims THC has a 3 day retention in the body; we wish

A group of women in Beverly Hills say smoking pot is the secret to their parenting success. [...]

4/22/2014
U.S. Supreme Court won't hear Florida employee drug-testing case

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4/22/2014
Judge to allow man accused of murder in 2013 crash to continue drug...

MOBILE, Alabama - A veterinarian accused of murder and assault stemming from a 2013 crash will be allowed special circumstances to visit his parents in north Alabama. [...]

4/22/2014
Record-breaking runner faces hearing after skipping dope test

An Israeli sprinter who broke the country's women's 100-meter dash record on Saturday may face disciplinary action after skipping out on a doping test, officials said Tuesday. [...]

4/22/2014
Drug test could help Colorado 9-year-old

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4/22/2014
Judge puts girl in porn-video case back in custody

A St. Mary's teenager was back in custody at a state juvenile facility and facing another court hearing this week, after a judge pondered her response to questions about drug tests amid charges from an assault and pornography investigation. [...]

4/22/2014
South Range BOE to review drug testing, fee policy

The South Range school board Monday night received changes to the board policy to consider for approval at its May meeting, including drug testing and participation fees for middle and high school athletics and extracurricular activities. [...]