Drug Tests

“I kept telling them, ‘That’s … glaze from a doughnut."
The union representing NFL players, the National Football League Players Association (NFLPA), put out an alert yesterday letting players know they have a little more than 30 days left before they can be randomly tested for banned substances.
As state legislatures convene across the country, proposals keep cropping up to drug test applicants to the Temporary Assistance
The NFL has put the final touches on a new drug policy. This new policy, which is the first major update since the last policy in 2010, is between the NFL Players Association and the NFL. The significant changes are with regard to HGH (Human Growth Hormone) testing and marijuana use.
Scott and other supporters of the law argued that welfare recipients needed to be drug-free to prepare them for jobs. They
"Need to take a drug test?" the ad asks. According to Local 10, a Delray Beach man recently posted an ad selling "100 percent
"There is this huge grey area where there's a lot of people who are contaminated from second-hand smoke," Hale said in an
The governor's office did not immediately respond to HuffPost's request for additional information, but his complaint is
The good intentions of those who have formulated such policies across the U.S., including the school district where I teach, cannot be questioned. They know that drugs are a significant problem with today's youth. Random testing is not the answer.
More than a dozen states have considered drug testing the unemployed since 2010, but none of them has actually made it happen
Indiana Workforce Development Commissioner Mark Everson told the Associated Press that Indiana's testing regimen could pass
A Scott spokesman previously told HuffPost that saving money was secondary to making sure welfare dollars benefited children
I have been privileged to receive many questions regarding your loved ones' substance abuse issues. Hence, I am adding a new series called "The Counselor's Corner: Your Questions About Addiction and Recovery."
Six Olympic athletes have been found positive for doping in retesting of Beijing samples, the International Olympic Committee
"Of course we want to prevent people from being under the influence of drugs while operating heavy machinery or while other