24 min ago | KTRE-TV Lufkin
Workers who lose their jobs would have to clear a drug screening to qualify for unemployment compensation under a proposal approved by the Texas Legislature.
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The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration has ordered a Colorado-based trucking company to end all interstate operations after it discovered flagrant violations of license, hours of service and drug testing regulations and equipment so unsafe it was impounded by state police.
6 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
In the waning days of the 83rd legislative session, some lawmakers see more than light at the end of this 140-day tunnel.
ROB VARELA/THE STAR Supervising Juvenile Court Judge Manuel Covarrubias congratulates Juan as fellow graduates look on during the drug courts graduation Thursday in Ventura.
A Hopatcong woman was sentenced to four years probation for trying to cheat a drug test by using a bottle of fake urine, the prosecutor's office said.
A Texas Senate bill that would make drug screening or testing a condition for receiving unemployment compensation benefits by certain individuals passed favorably out of the House this week.
Gil Kerlikowske, director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy , dismissed calls for pot legalization on Thursday, citing a recent study by his agency to claim that marijuana is the drug most commonly linked to crime.
"I had had so little sleep in the preceding two nights that when I got dressed, I don't know how, but I noticed when I got to work that my shoes didn't match," state Rep.
A Bernalillo corrections officer said he was fired after he tested positive for marijuana.
For many convicted drug offenders, drug court may seem like a challenge, but it has been a life-changing opportunity for this year's graduates.
Tyrann Mathieu signed a four year contract with the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday.
Dakota County District Judge Michael Sovis pleaded guilty Wednesday to driving drunk in St.
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Senate Bill 21 would require first-time unemployment benefit applicants, who work in occupations that already require drug tests, to undergo screening.
A New Hampshire man may end up spending time in jail if drug and driving while intoxicated allegations made by the East Hampton Town Police prove true.
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the total number of painkillers prescribed in a single year could medicate every adult living in the U.S. around the clock.