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News

9/20/2018

Port Kembla driver refuses to take drug test after oral sex with boyfriend

A Port Kembla driver stopped by police for a drug test has refused to give a sample of her saliva on account of a moment of unbridled passion with her other half. Highway patrol officers were patrolling Wentworth Street on July 13 when they were passed by a vehicle sporting front end damage so significant the metal panels on the near side were jagged and exposed. [...]

9/20/2018

Federal Court Rules For Applicant In Medical Marijuana Employment Discrimination Case

Over at In the Weeds, our Firm's blog on the developments in cannabis law, my colleague Joseph McNelis shares a breaking development at the intersection of cannabis law and employment discrimination law. This legal intersection poses a complicated series of questions, requiring courts to weigh the illegality of cannabis under federal law with state laws that authorize medical marijuana use . [...]

9/20/2018

Who's to blame for one of Auckland's most brutal murders?

On the go and no time to finish that story right now? Your News is the place for you to save content to read later from any device. Register with us and content you save will appear here so you can access them to read later. [...]

9/20/2018

Britain's drug testing charity is ready to roll out in Australia

But experts behind pill-testing say it should not be touted as a way of saving lives, but reducing harm for those determined to take drugs by identifying the chemical make-up of their drugs for both the user and medics called to treat those suffering adverse reactions. Speaking to Fairfax Media, Fiona Mesham from the UK organisation The Loop, said she was in Australia currently training medical professionals on how to establish pill-testing at festivals in Australia. [...]

9/20/2018

Let's cultivate laws for a cannabis industry centred on uplifting the rural poor

The Zondo judgment seems to break ranks with the very belief that cannabis is a drug. Cannabis has been stigmatised from time immemorial. [...]

9/19/2018

Want weed in uniform? Head north: Canadian military can now smoke marijuana

The U.S. Air Force motto is "aim high." The new motto for Canadian forces could be "I'm high." [...]

9/19/2018

Fines 9-20-18

Bottin, Shayne J., Odin, traffic regulation - fail to yield right of way to driver on right - controlled intersection $140.00 Carr, Diana V., Jackson, Obstructing legal process $200.00. No mood-altering chemicals, unless prescribed by a physician. [...]

9/19/2018

Five drug drivers nabbed in one-day road blitz

Senior Constable Amy Morel, of Warrnambool Highway Patrol, said an eight-hour Warrnambool district blitz caught five people driving under the influence of drugs. "We usually see a mix of cannabis and meth during our drug testing and the numbers can be up and down, but that is very high for one day," she said. [...]

9/19/2018

Golovkin's Coach: Canelo Vindicated Himself For Positive Tests

Abel Sanchez, trainer for Gennady Golovkin , says Mexican superstar Saul "Canelo" Alvarez has vindicated himself for a pair of failed tests for performance enhancing drugs. The positive tests would lead to a six month suspension from the Nevada State Athletic Commission - and it forced a May date for the Golovkin rematch to get pushed back to the fall. [...]

9/19/2018

More Buzz in Connecticut on Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

A Connecticut federal court judge provided further clarification for employers concerning Connecticut's Palliative Use of Marijuana Act . In its second decision in Noffsinger v. [...]

9/19/2018

David Benavidez Comes Up Positive For Cocaine in VADA Test

BoxingScene.com has been advised that WBC super middleweight champion David Benavidez came up positive for cocaine in connection to a random drug test administered by VADA [Voluntary Anti-Doping Association] on August 27th. The random test was given to Benavidez as part of his enrollment in the World Boxing Council's Clean Boxing Program. [...]

9/18/2018

Courts

Francisco J. Acevez, 25, of Sioux City, Iowa; Dennis J. Kubica, 50, of Northville, Mich.; Hawque M. Aldean Christensen, 17, of Hawarden, Iowa; Shenelle E. Alston Jackson, 32, of Oxon Hill, Md.; Melissa N. Hamed, 28, of Sioux Falls, S.D.; Melissa A. Rasche, 37, of Fairmont; Victoria L. Traub, 51, of Sioux Falls, S.D.; Gregory A. Buck, 44, of Big Run, Pa.; Jacqueline K. Husmann, 30, of Sioux Falls, S.D.; each fined $125. [...]

9/18/2018

TPS waiting to see effectiveness of new roadside THC screening device

The Timmins Police Services Board is not rushing into acquiring the newly approved roadside screening device for detecting the presence of THC, the main psychoactive ingredient in cannabis. The decision by the police board to off on getting the new equipment was made on Chief John Gauthier's advice. [...]

9/18/2018

Airline pilots 'not immune' from booze problems, but...

When you board a plane the last thing you probably want to think about is whether or not the pilot is over the alcohol limit. But on Saturday, a Singapore Airlines pilot was stopped from flying out of Melbourne after he failed a random breath test. [...]

9/18/2018

West Clark implements random drug screening for students

High school students in West Clark Community Schools who are involved in anything outside the classroom will be subject to random, quarterly drug testing due to a new policy. The policy went into effect at the start of this school year, according to Tom Brillhart, assistant superintendent for the district. [...]