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Drug Testing News

5/20/2018
County jails pushed to offer drug treatment

She admits she violated parole when she failed a drug test and, to make matters worse, left the Whitley County Jail on Feb. 22 without permission. [...]

5/19/2018
Flamengo suspends Guerrero's contract after CAS ruling

Rio de Janeiro, May 19 : Flamengo has suspended Paolo Guerrero's contract after the Court of Arbitration for Sport this week extended the Peruvian striker's doping ban to 14 months, sources with the Brazilian football club said. The Rio de Janeiro club's management had earlier frozen the player's salary during a six-month ban that ended earlier this month, reports Efe news agency. [...]

5/19/2018
Private sector has powerful incentive to treat opioid addiction

In the steadily growing U.S. economy, with tax reform and regulatory relief leading businesses to invest more in both facilities and people, the unemployment rate stands at 3.9 percent, the lowest since 2000. A record number of business owners say now is a good time to expand, but our workforce needs are going unmet. [...]

5/19/2018
New addiction rehab centers to be established per protocol

Minister of Military Production Mohamed El Assar said that per the protocol, the Military Production Company for Projects will prepare the engineering drawings of the rehabilitation centers, as well as carrying out the implementation and supervision tasks of the project. According to a statement by the Ministry of Solidarity, Assar stressed the necessity of the concerted efforts of all executive bodies, state institutions and civil society organizations to combat the phenomenon of addiction and drug abuse. [...]

5/19/2018
Courts

Ann M. Burghardt, 44, of Rolla, Mo.; Ana M. Escogido, 30, of Sioux Falls, S.D.; Steven D. Supalla, 37, of Wells; each fined $125. Gladys A. Solis Pacheco, 32, of Humboldt, Iowa, was convicted of no Minnesota drivers license; fined $185. [...]

5/19/2018
Specialty court helps veterans 'get back on track'

Retired Marine Robert Ashby doesn't remember spitting on a police officer while lying in a hospital bed after a blackout drunk rage on New Year's Day in 2016. He woke up at about 4 a.m. in an Alachua County jail cell, wondering what had gone wrong. [...]

5/18/2018
Indictments Filed May 15

A Cape May County grand jury handed up 13 indictments May 15. The abbreviation CDS below stands for controlled dangerous substance. A certain person charge can be brought against anyone carrying a weapon but whose previous criminal convictions prohibit possession of a weapon. [...]

5/18/2018
Latest drug tests for workers in vice mayor, City Council's offices

AT least 263 legislative department employees of Cebu City Hall underwent a surprise drug test administered by the City Office for Substance Abuse Prevention yesterday. In an interview, Cosap chief Garry Lao said the tests given to both regular and casual employees of the vice mayor's office and the City Council Secretariat were part of their thrust to ensure that City Hall remains a drug-free workplace. [...]

5/18/2018
More workers and applicants are failing drug tests, Quest Diagnostics says

Quest Diagnostics, which owns dozens of labs all across Michigan, says that the number of workers testing positive has skyrocketed in the past decade. New data shows 4.2 percent of workers tested positive in 2016. [...]

5/18/2018
St. Bernard Parish approves ride-share rules

St. Bernard Parish has joined other neighboring parishes and cities with the passage of regulations on ride-share companies at the parish council's meeting on Tuesday, May 15, 2018. The St. Bernard Parish Council approved an ordinance Tuesday outlining regulations for ride-share companies such as Uber and Lyft to operate there. [...]

5/18/2018
Another three lifters fail doping test

Kuala Lumpur: Another three of the Malaysian Weightlifting Federation athletes have failed a doping test conducted by the International Weightlifting Federation . Without divulging their identities, PABN Acting Secretary Abu Hanapah Ismail said IWF confirmed the three athletes were found to have taken the banned substance, Stenozolol based on urine tests taken on March 28. IWF, a statement issued through its official website on Tuesday, disclosed that the three national athletes found to have taken the prohibited drug were Muhamad Hakimie Haikal Nordin, Muhamad Zaidi Mohd Nordin and Ronny Jesos. [...]

5/18/2018
Notre Dame Football: Te'von Coney Faces Trial After Marijuana Plea...

Te'von Coney will be on trial in Fulton County, Indiana, two years after being arrested there for a marijuana possession charge. The Notre Dame Fighting Irish linebacker will appear in court May 31 for a pretrial conference, with a bench trial to follow on Aug. 1, according to a News-Sentinel report . [...]

5/18/2018
Woman back in jail after no show for drug testing

A Front Royal woman was arrested Tuesday after a judge in Warren County General District Court revoked her bond for allegedly failing to appear for a drug screen that was imposed after authorities said she overdosed in March. Victoria Peterman, 35, was found in a back bedroom March 5 suffering from the effects of what authorities believe to have been a drug overdose. [...]

5/18/2018
Are Drug Tests or Low Unemployment Creating Worker Shortage?

A report released at a national conference hosted by the Federal Transit Administration earlier this month shows that American workers in states with legalized marijuana are failing drug tests for the substance at an increasing rate. The study, by Quest Diagnostics , which monitors drug test results in all fifty states annually, found the average positivity rate for Colorado and the national number both sitting at 4.2 percent last year. [...]

5/18/2018
WWE's SmackDown Moving; Cody Rhodes, Young Bucks' 'All In' Sells Out

Bella Bond's Mother Fails Drug Test Violating Her Probation Rachelle Bond failed a random drug test, but she is not going to back to jail. I-Team: Law Change Would Add Coaches To List Of Mandated Reporters Of Sexual Abuse In Massachusetts, many people who work with kids are required by law to report abuse and neglect. [...]