By Bill Current, president and founder of the Current Consulting Group and publisher of Current Compliance* State drug testing laws can be complicated. Why? First, because there are so many of them. Second, because there are various kinds. For instance, there are:...
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From a Member's Memo podcast with NDASA Executive Director Jo McGuire.* From time to time, we receive calls from members questioning the National Drug and Alcohol Screening Association’s work in our nation’s capital and why our organization would need a Political...
New York State’s Department of Labor this month released FAQ guidance pertaining to the state's legal use of cannabis by adults 21 or older. According to the guidance, employers are prohibited from discriminating against an employee for using "cannabis...
By guest contributors Bill Judge, JD, LL.M., and Nick Hartman of the Drug Screening Compliance Institute State and local marijuana laws around the country are fast-changing and often confusing. In this article NDASA members Bill Judge and Nick Hartman take on recent...
By NDASA member William Judge, JD, LL.M., founder of the Drug Screening Compliance Institute and an attorney with more than three decades of experience in drug screening compliance. New York, this week, became the 15th state (in addition to Washington D.C.) to...
The National Drug & Alcohol Screening Association has had a major win today with language added to the MORE ACT that allows continued marijuana drug testing for DOT safety-sensitive workers! The MORE Act is an attempt to remove marijuana from the list of federally...
The Procedures for Transportation Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Program outlined in 49 CFR Part 40 applies to transportation safety-sensitive employees who have a direct impact on the safety of commercial transportation for both the traveling...
For years, employers have been struggling with changing local and state marijuana laws and the impact on workplace drug screening programs. At least 33 states now allow medical use of marijuana and 11, plus Washington, D.C., also permit recreational use. Recently, we...
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