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4 hrs ago | Tallahassee Democrat
They used to close all the bars on election days, which raised the unsettling idea that the voters were cold sober when they chose every member of the Florida House and Senate.
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With one week left in this year's legislative session, state Rep. Jerry Torr, R-Carmel, and others will be facing crunch time Some liken them to the wild, wild West.
I was asked recently to participate in an online debate about a recent survey that revealed that more teens are smoking marijuana as opposed to drinking or doing other more dangerous drugs such as cocaine.
Since 1911, Californians have been able to write and pass laws by going directly to the ballot box instead of through the state Legislature.
An investigation by the Massachusetts state inspector general has concluded that Annie Dookhan, the US forensic chemist imprisoned last year for falsifying thousands of drug tests, was the 'sole bad actor' at her former workplace.
State Representative Dane Eagle introduced legislation this week that would require all elected officials in Florida to undergo drug tests within 60 days of taking office.
The Knox County District Attorney says Cheryl Torgerson was tested for alcohol, but not drugs.
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The owner of Tri-Cities Mobile Drug & Alcohol Testing is giving away $10,000 worth of drug testing kits to area parents.
LEE COUNTY, Fla.- A brand new proposal in Tallahassee could require political candidates to undergo drug testing.
Italian sledge hockey player Igor Stella has been suspended from the Winter Paralympics in Sochi after testing positive for an anabolic steroid, the Italian Paralympic Committee said on Friday.
Douglas J. Landry , 48, of 206 Central St., Gardner, was sentenced to seven concurrent terms of 1 to 2 years in Walpole state prison after pleading guilty to three counts of breaking and entering in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, two counts of larceny from a building, breaking into a depository, and larceny over $250.
The PSEG Nuclear employee, whose name is not being released because of privacy rules, was described as a senior reactor operator who was serving as a shift supervisor at the two-unit Salem Station.
A former Carol Stream police sergeant on Thursday pleaded guilty to driving under the influence of alcohol in connection with a traffic crash last May in Hanover Park that injured himself and two others.
From written tests designed to flag drug users to singling out people with recent drug convictions, state lawmakers across the country are pursuing novel strategies to deny welfare benefits to drug users without running afoul of a recent federal court ruling.
"not in my backyard" - is the rallying cry when asked if there is a drug problem in one's neighborhood.