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News

12/12/2017

Drug testing basics discussed at Construct Canada seminar

Stefanie Di Francesco, an associate at McMillan LLP in Toronto, presented a seminar at the Construct Canada conference held recently in Toronto billed Cannabis on Job Sites: Legal Insights on Impacts of Upcoming Legislation. She said while drug testing can be considered discriminatory, an employer can justify it if they meet a three-part test: the employer has adopted the test for a purpose that is rationally connected to the performance of the job; the employer adopted the particular test in an honest and good faith belief that it was necessary to the fulfilment of that legitimate work-related purpose; and the test is reasonably necessary to accomplish that legitimate work-related purpose. [...]

12/12/2017

Experts Identify Management Strategies for Concerning Behaviors That ...

A new study, published in the , the study pinpointed the common concerning behaviors, identified management strategies and established areas of consensus on the importance of each strategy. "Due to increasing concerns about the risks of long-term opioid therapy for chronic pain and limited evidence as to their benefit, the released its Guideline for Prescribing Opioids for Chronic Pain in 2016," said Merlin, who completed this research while at the . [...]

12/12/2017

Horry County Schools considering the implementation of random drug testing

The district's lawyer spoke at Monday's school board meeting about the proposed testing, informing the board members about the information they have as of now. As it is currently proposed, the testing would primarily be used for athletes and handled on a case-by-case basis. [...]

12/12/2017

DOT to Test Safety-Sensitive Transportation Workers for Additional...

Safety-sensitive transportation workers in the aviation, trucking, rail, transit and pipeline industries, as well as certain U.S. Coast Guard employees, are required to submit to random drug testing under federal law. Starting on Jan. 1, 2018, these employees will also be tested for hydrocodone, hydromorphone, oxymorphone and oxycodone, according to a final rule issued by the U.S. Department of Transportation . [...]

12/11/2017

Our Ten Most-Read "Ask a Stoner" Questions of 2017

The curiosity and unfamiliarity surrounding cannabis never ceases to amaze me. Questions about smoking melted edibles and boofing pot up one's anus are always good for a laugh, but some readers them bring up significant issues and points of views that I've never considered. [...]

12/11/2017

Here's the Top Marijuana Penny Stock to Watch for December 2017

Investors who like watching stocks skyrocket should take a look at two of the top-performing marijuana penny stocks of the year. The second remains as our top marijuana penny stock to watc h for December 2017. [...]

12/11/2017

PHMSA Raises Random Drug Testing Rate To 50% For 2018

The U.S. Department of Transportation's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration announced December 8, 2017 that during calendar year 2018, the minimum random drug testing rate will be increased to 50%. Operators of gas, hazardous liquid, and carbon dioxide pipelines and operators of liquefied natural gas facilities must randomly select and test a percentage of all covered employees for prohibited drug use. [...]

12/10/2017

British waiter facing two years in Dubai prison after testing positive for cannabis

Connor was sentenced to two years in a Dubai prison after traces of cannabis were found in his system A British waiter has been sentenced to two years in a Dubai prison after traces of cannabis were found in his system. Connor Clements, 24, moved to the UAE from Liverpool earlier this year after getting 'stuck in a rut' in the UK. [...]

12/10/2017

Heroin, meth and marijuana found during Lebanon traffic stop

Gov. Scott Walker moved ahead Monday with his plans to make Wisconsin the first state to drug test able-bodied adults applying for food stam After pulling the driver over on East Baddour at Carthage Highway, Lebanon police say they recovered 10 bags of heroin, 3 bags of crystal meth, 3 bags of marijuana and some drug paraphernalia in the car. [...]

12/10/2017

Plans to drug test food stamp users moving ahead in Wisconsin

Metro police responded to a shooting in the 1200 block of Murfreesboro Pike Sunday just after 5:30 a.m. MADISON, Wis. - Gov. Scott Walker moved ahead Monday with his plans to make Wisconsin the first state to drug test able-bodied adults applying for food stamps, a move blocked by the federal government or found to be unconstitutional when other states have tried. [...]

12/10/2017

Pirates doctor talks about the perils of medication

Patrick DeMeo has been a physician for 25 years, all in Pittsburgh. It is a silver anniversary in a region dominated by black and gold. [...]

12/10/2017

Three soldiers face military probe over 'cocaine use'

Home fit for a Princess! Luxurious three-bedroom property where Meghan Markle won Harry's heart in Toronto goes on sale for $1MILLION Bodycam video shows father-of-five, 42, kicking, punching and dragging a police officer by his foot before being fatally shot by another cop Former senator arrested on extortion and fraud charges after allegedly using his office to gain $1million, 700 POUNDS of free coffee and a Jeep At least three recruits were at the centre of a military police probe last night after apparently taking cocaine during an official ceremony honouring the Queen at their barracks. The privates are believed to have taken the drug after it was brought into the Infantry Training Centre at Catterick, North Yorkshire, by a relative. [...]

12/10/2017

Ramada Hotel to serve as temporary social housing

Neighbours of a proposed interim housing site at the old Ramada Hotel in Hastings-Sunrise want answers from the city at an open house Dec. 11. The community learned in the last two weeks that temporary housing for formerly homeless and under-housed people is proposed for the property located a block from a preschool and elementary school on East Hastings near Skeena. "We are in support of supportive housing," said Franklin elementary parent advisory council chairperson, nearby resident and realtor Lara Davis. [...]

12/9/2017

867,000 Ways Walker Administration Wrong on Drug Testing

By now, it should be a no-brainer. Spending scarce state resources to drug test Food Share recipients is neither fiscally responsible nor morally right. [...]

12/9/2017

Courts

Isaac E. Donnelly, 18, of Fairmont was convicted of possession of marijuana in motor vehicle; fined $135. Also convicted of possession of drug paraphernalia; fined $50. [...]