This is the question faced by employers in states where cannabis is legal. dispensaries.com Published 6:00 am, Friday, June 22, 2018 Photo: SolStock | Getty Images Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: SolStock | Getty Images To Drug Test or Not to Drug Test? 1 / 1 Back to Gallery If you own a company in a state where cannabis is legal, do you still require your employees to take a drug test that searches for it? This is the new dilemma facing employers in 29 states, which have legalized the medical or recreational use of cannabis. Drug testing for marijuana--as well as other drugs--has been a staple of the American workplace for decades. However, many are now questioning the wisdom of cannabis on the list of tested drugs. Now government officials are starting to look into it. Related: 10 Ways the … [Read more...] about To Drug Test or Not to Drug Test?
Drug enforcement agencies in the Philippines may expand President Rodrigo Duterte’s antinarcotics crackdown into schools by imposing mandatory drugs tests of children as young as 10, a new front in a campaign plagued by allegations of extrajudicial killings and human-rights abuses. The Dangerous Drugs Board, which formulates government strategy on illegal drugs, said Friday it will soon issue a policy on surprise inspections of student bags and lockers in schools after it concludes a consultation with other agencies.... … [Read more...] about Philippines Weighs Forced Drugs Tests for Children in Schools Under Duterte’s War
Bayan Wang Arizona Republic Published 2:47 p.m. UTC Jun 20, 2018 More than 40 percent of Maricopa County inmates who were drug tested Thursday while in a work-furlough program tested positive for drugs. As result of that and nearly a dozen overdoses by participants in the past year, Sheriff Paul Penzone is promising to overhaul the program. The Maricopa County Adult Probation Department runs the work-furlough program, which allows inmates to leave jail for 12 hours a day to go to work. The purpose, Penzone said, is to "reduce the probability of recidivism." But the drug-testing results are spurring questions. There were 230 inmates in the program. Of those, 177 were tested. Seventy-two tested positive for drugs, five tested positive for alcohol and 11 refused to take the drug test, according to Penzone. MORE: AZ has a huge prison population; lawmakers take no action to change that All have since been removed from … [Read more...] about MCSO: Nearly half of work-furloughed inmates failed drug test
Earlier today, I spoke about how to pass a hair follicle test for drugs. In writing that article, I skipped to update my content with a very important step by step overview of the most well known way to pass this sort of test -the Jerry G Method. Today I’ll walk you through how to complete the Jerry G Method and show you why it’s become so popular. Keep in mind, these types of methods are on the rise because Cannabis is becoming decriminalized. It’s only a matter of time before medical and recreational marijuana is abundant in the greater Cleveland area. How the Jerry G Method Works Drug tests can be a hell especially if you are working in a company that regularly conducts them and you smoke marijuana regularly. Nearly every company in the U.S requires you to go through a drug test before you can join them. And if you are found guilty, you could easily lose your job. So what do you do if you want to save yourself from a drug test and you have very … [Read more...] about Jerry G Method of Passing Drug Tests
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index World Cup Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement World Cup 2018 Supported by ByAndrew Keh and Rebecca R. Ruiz June 19, 2018 SOCHI, Russia — The bartender at the restaurant here flipped a liquor bottle stylishly around his back and laid out the ingredients for a cerulean, absinthe-based cocktail that he garnished with a golden berry. It was not so long ago that far different, far less palatable concoctions — urine, coffee grounds, table salt, to name a few choice ingredients — were mixed mere steps from where he stood. The restaurant, La Punto, is a Sochi gastro pub recommended to fans on the World Cup website that just so happens to be in the same building that housed the notorious antidoping laboratory at the center of one of the most elaborate cheating schemes in sports history. Here, Dr. Grigory Rodchenkov — the chemist who ran drug … [Read more...] about The Infamous Sochi Drug-Testing Lab Is Now a Gastro Pub