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The settlement, if approved by a court, prevents the state from randomly screening workers in 1,133 out of 1,400 types of
"It’s become a costly and embarrassing boondoggle for Floridians," Florida ACLU staff attorney Shalini Goel Agarwal said
A lower court ruled that blanket urinalysis of state workers, meanwhile, violated their constitutional right to privacy. The
It's a fight Scott has been waging unsuccessfully since the short-lived drug testing program passed in 2011, quickly prompting
(AP) — The U.S. Supreme Court refused Monday to hear an appeal by Florida Gov. Rick Scott on his 2011 executive order that would have required random drug tests for as many as 85,000 state workers.
In a strongly-worded opinion, U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit affirmed a lower court's October 2011 finding that
Click below for Rick Scott's worst moments of 2012: Scott chose to appeal the decision, commenting "I believe that drug testing
A reporter for the local Fox affiliate in Tampa asked Romney in an interview Wednesday if states should have the right to
How come Tallahassee doesn't ban contracts with companies doing business with China, too? Why just Cuba and Syria? Silly question, because with a Chinese ban, virtually no businesses could do business with Florida governments.
The ruling represents the second constitutional rebuke to Scott over drug testing, who last year signed a law to test welfare
Florida's controversial law requiring people receiving welfare to take drug tests has made Gov. Rick Scott a target for criticism
The Daily Show has done the best journalism to date on the growing trend of opportunistic lawmakers introducing legislation to drug test people who receive unemployment benefits.
A spokesman for Kingston said the congressman would take a look at Holcomb's bill, but said "it's a separate point from what
Everson said Indiana's drug testing, which cost the state $45,000, at least shooed some people away from the state's job
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South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley (R) wants the jobless to pass a drug test before they can receive benefits, but she seems
Gov. Nikki Haley said Thursday she wants to institute drug testing for people who apply for state unemployment benefits. "I
Florida Gov. Rick Scott on Sunday defended recent legislation that requires adults applying for welfare assistance to undergo
Copyright 2010 Thomson Reuters. Click for Restrictions. New job applicants would also be subject to drug tests under the