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Drug Abuse in the News

12/20/2018
Nuance needed

We are in the midst of a raging war against rampant opioid overuse, addiction and overdose deaths. [...]

12/20/2018
State fines Avon Old Farms nurse for inappropriately prescribing drugs; disciplines three others

A nurse at Avon Old Farms School was fined $5,000 Wednesday by the state Board of Examiners for Nursing for inappropriately prescribing controlled substances to herself, family members and friends 42 times. Lenore Leone of Avon, an advanced practice registered nurse, who works at the private school under her married name, Lenore Severni, prescribed the drugs for herself and seven friends and relatives from 2014 to 2017, a consent order she agreed to said. [...]

12/19/2018
Juneau schools continue drug testing of student athletes

The Juneau School District has been conducting random drug tests on student athletes for nearly a decade, but officials said there is little evidence to show the program's effectiveness. [...]

12/19/2018
Davao eyes drug-free workplaces by 2020

BY 2020, business establishments employing more than 10 would no longer be able to secure or renew business permits without conducting a random drug test and formulating anti-drug programs. Ronaldo Rivera, program director of Tabangan Atong Reformist Aron Naa'y Asenso of the Davao City Anti-Drug Abuse Council , said during the AFP-PNP press corps on Wednesday, December 19, that they began to conduct an information dissemination campaign after Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio signed the executive order promulgating the implementing rules and regulations of a drug-free workplace program. [...]

12/19/2018
NationalMarijuana industry booming; 250K new jobs expected by 2020...

Marijuana and the perception of it have come a long way-- from Cheech and Chong to a booming business in many parts of the country. Sepulveda keeps track of inventory at Denver's marijuana dispensary Medicine Man. [...]

12/19/2018
NFL Anthem Protestor Claims He's Been Drug Tested SEVEN Times Since September

That's because the newly signed star and close friend of Colin Kaepernick, 27, claims he's been randomly drug tested seven times this season. It appears that, following his 12-9 loss to the Saints on Monday night, Reid came back to his locker to find a notification of his seventh random drug testing. [...]

12/19/2018
Kapitan Andreevo's Customs Officers Discovered Heroin for BGN 1 Million in a Car Tire

A 45-year-old Serbian citizen has attempted to cross 10,345 kg of heroin across Kapitan Andreevo border checkpoint. The value of the captured quantity of drugs is 931 050 leva. [...]

12/19/2018
Nick Cannon Believes NFL's Messing With Eric Reid, Drug Tests Are 'F*cked Up'

Nick Cannon says he has no doubt the NFL's random drug testing of Eric Reid before and after games is the league's way of messing with the DB ... saying, "It's f*cked up." Reid was randomly selected to pee in a cup for the 7th time this season after the Panthers' loss to the Saints on Monday night ... and the dude was pissed about it afterward. [...]

12/18/2018
Lawmakers Revisit Worker Protections for off Duty Pot Use

Oregon lawmakers will consider making it illegal for businesses to fire employees who flunk drug tests for using marijuana off the clock, reviving a workers' rights campaign that failed in the statehouse last year. The Statesman Journal reports that a proposed bill would also change state law to protect job seekers who use substances like pot that are legal here. [...]

12/18/2018
Flooding in the forecast: Morning Briefing for Tuesday, Dec. 18

FLOODING FORECAST: Careful on today's commute. Heavy rain coming down at up to half an inch per hour could causing urban flooding this morning. [...]

12/18/2018
Jermall Charlo: Canelo is Scared. Where Are You At, Cinnamon?

WBC 160-pound interim champion Jermall Charlo is increasingly emphatic regarding his opinions on division counterparts Canelo Alvarez and Gennady Golovkin. "The Hit Man" claims the duo out-right fears him as he chases his first defense, fourth straight stoppage and 20th knockout in his past 22 fights potentially against Russian southpaw Matt Korobov at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York, on December 22 on FOX . [...]

12/18/2018
NegOcc: Random drug test lesson for workers

NEGROS Occidental Acting Provincial Administrator Lucille Gelvolea said on Monday, December 17, the random drug test conducted on capitol employees should serve a lesson to them. She said the two employees who were confirmed positive in the drug test will undergo drug rehabilitation for six months using their respective leave credits in their own expense. [...]

12/18/2018
UFC featherweight Bharat Vijay Kandare given two-year suspension by USADA

The 29-year-old Indian fighter has accepted a two-year suspension after violating the UFC's Anti-Doping Policy in an out-of-competition drug test conducted on July 23, USADA officials announced Monday. Kandare tested positive for exogenous boldenone - an anabolic agent - and its metabolites in the failed test, as well as a metabolite of tamoxifen, which USADA classifies as a hormone and metabolic modulator. [...]

12/18/2018
Lawmakers revisit worker protections for off duty pot use

Oregon lawmakers will consider making it illegal for businesses to fire employees who flunk drug tests for using marijuana off the clock, reviving a workers' rights campaign that failed in the statehouse last year. The Statesman Journal reports that a proposed bill would also change state law to protect job seekers who use substances like pot that are legal here. [...]

12/17/2018
Man takes three-year prison plea deal in 2015 crash that killed...

Man takes three-year prison plea deal in 2015 crash that killed motorcyclist; couple accused of sexually abusing toddler gets new trial date David Crowe ended his felony case Monday morning when he agreed to serve time in prison for killing a Citrus Springs motorcyclist in a vehicle crash. At his Monday morning pretrial hearing, 29-year-old Crowe pleaded no contest to the July 2015 vehicular homicide of Gary F. Goller, in exchange for three years in prison followed by five years of standard probation. [...]