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News

12/16/2017

Chris Froome faces questions after abnormal doping test

A week in which many professional teams revealed their 2018 kit and clothing has been overshadowed by the disclosure that team Sky's Chris Froome was found to have had what the UCI descibes as an Adverse Analytical Finding of Salbutamol at the 2107 La Vuelta. The finding arose from a sample taken on 7 September 2017 after stage 18 from Suances to Santo Toribio de Liebana which showed the level of the anti-asthama drug Salbutamol in Froome's urine was 2000ng/ml, twice the level permitted by sports doping agency WADA Salbutamol, which is marketed under the name Ventolin is used by millions of asthama suffers to relieve the symtoms of asthama. [...]

12/16/2017

Hunger? Or Just the Munchies?

Wisconsin governor Scott Walker recently announced that he would continue pushing for rules that would require individuals to complete a drug test when applying for food stamps. Instead of free groceries, able-bodied adults with no children who test positive for drugs would be pointed toward rehab, generously paid for by the state if they cannot pay themselves. [...]

12/16/2017

61% say food stamp and welfare recipients should be drug tested

While GOP State Senator Jason Barickman breaks with GOP ranks and declares his support for legalizing recreational marijuana in Illinois, anticipating a vote in the near future, Illinois' neighbor just to the north is heading in another direction: accountability to taxpayers. Wisconsin is moving forward with a plan to drug test some food stamp recipients, and most voters nationwide would like to see a similar plan in the state they live in. [...]

12/16/2017

American football player Jeremy Kerley blames ghost for failed drug test

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12/16/2017

Indiana school districts discuss random drug testing

Most school administrators in Indiana say it's unlikely that districts will conduct random drug tests despite a teacher recently being charged with drug possession. However, Lake Central schools Superintendent Larry Veracco says he anticipates a discussion of policies for drug testing teachers more often. [...]

12/16/2017

Athens woman accused of exposing child to meth

Deputies with the Henderson County Sheriff's Office have arrested an Athens woman accused of exposing a boy to meth. According to the arrest affidavit, the sheriff's office was contacted by CPS on Dec. 11. The CPS worker said she received a call on Oct. 14 about a boy being around a woman who used meth. [...]

12/15/2017

Schools chief proposes random drug testing for high schoolers

In a letter to Hopewell Valley Central High School parents this week, district Superintendent Thomas Smith spelled out his intention to propose a random drug-testing program for students next school year. The proposed plan comes after officials at the high school saw an increase in students under the influence of marijuana, prescription drugs and alcohol, he said. [...]

12/13/2017

Champion cyclist Froome posted abnormal drug test result during Vuelta

Cycling's world body has asked Tour de France champion Chris Froome for a "please explain" after the British cyclist was found to have an excessive level of an asthma drug in his system at the Vuelta de Espana grand tour. Froome was found to have exceeded the permitted levels of the drug salbutamol on a test taken on September 20. The 32-year-old won the 2017 Vuelta to add to this year's Tour de France title, making him the first cyclist to win the double since 1978. [...]

12/13/2017

Maine opiate crisis task force says it's time for action

In this file photo, a "finger" of heroin is carefully unwrapped from its paper backing at the state drug testing lab in Augusta. A task force seeking solutions to Maine's opioid epidemic finished its work Tuesday by recommending a range of measures aimed mostly at treatment and recovery for addicts. [...]

12/13/2017

A Georgia mother battles opioids to win back her kids

Family Treatment Court coordinator Lexxaus Stanley conducts a urine drug test during a group meeting in Jasper, Ga., Thursday, April 27, 2017. Participants sign a toughly worded contract holding them to 32 commitments, and warning that violations will bring sanctions ranging from community service to expulsion and jail time. [...]

12/13/2017

Wisconsin's Welfare Overhaul Is Almost Complete

If Scott Walker has his way, poor people in Wisconsin will have to undergo drug testing, one way or another. Last week, the Republican governor forged ahead with a plan to require testing for some recipients of the state's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, commonly referred to as food stamps. [...]

12/13/2017

Carol Stream police to try new drug test for high drivers; roadside screens likely to come

A new test to detect drugged driving is in the works for Carol Stream police in 2018. A new test to detect drugged driving is in the works for Carol Stream police in 2018. [...]

12/12/2017

Random drug tests considered for some Horry County high-schoolers

The entrance to Myrtle Beach High School on Dec. 12, 2017. Students at high schools around Horry County could face drug testing as soon as next year if they participate in a sport, club, or drive on campus. [...]

12/12/2017

Here we go again on random drug and alcohol testing

Bell's senior manager of talent and recruitment, Tania Crump, talks about how digital recruitment strategies appeal to fresh, young talent Canadian Occupational Safety magazine brings you daily news, advice and information from across the country and around the world. Check in daily to find out what's new in OHS news. [...]

12/12/2017

A drug testing kit which used at the roadside by Wiltshire Police

A SWINDON partygoer who took a friend's car keys from a party without asking and drove off in the car with three friends to find more alcohol has been banned from driving for two years. Jacob Thomas Salter, 24, of Sycamore Grove, appeared before magistrates in Swindon on Wednesday and admitted taking a vehicle without consent, driving whilst unfit through drugs, driving when above the legal alcohol limit and driving without insurance. [...]