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    may not include drug tests. Various employers have their own reasons of putting up dug tests in their job application scenarios, ranging from liability reductions to plain insurance cost-cutting. Even the Federal Government mandates every business establishments to be clean of drug-related blemishes before they could ever get their hands on a business contract, and before actual work commences. However, there are still a few commercial establishments that can be considered "drug-test free". But as

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    Constitutionality of Drug Tests

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    citizens receiving welfare be tested for drugs before being able to receive the aid they “need”? One major problem with drug testing people who collect welfare is if it is worth the effort. Large amounts of money are needed to put people through these tests, and they may not be worth it. Some people argue that the money used to drug test recipients is higher than the amount saved by not giving out the money for welfare. One final argument is the fact of drug tests being legal and constitutional. It is

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    Drug Tests Are Unconstitutional Our government has chosen to ignore our rights as citizens. Random drug tests on student athletes violate the right to privacy. Random drug testing violates our personal rights in the Fourth Amendment in the Constitution. The amendment states that U.S.citizens should be protected against unreasonable search and seizure. This is not the only reason random drug testing should be illegal in schools. Other reasons include students might not join athletic teams because

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    Nursing Drug Test

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    is one exception, when a nurse makes a mistake it can cost more than ever imagined. Nurses can become addicted to drugs just like anyone else, nurses are more likely than the average person to become addicted to drugs and or alcohol because of the stress of their jobs. According to Howlett and Hill “Between 2% and 18% of nurses become chemically dependent on alcohol and /or other drugs” (page 65). That is just what transpired at the Board of Nursing’s disciplinary hearings of the two female nurses

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    illicit drug usage still continue to be a problem among the youth. Drug usage can have vital implications for the future health and happiness of many juveniles as they move forward towards their transition to adulthood. These adolescents who use drugs can have especially high risks of developing mental and physical problems that may interfere with their educational and future occupational pursuits. Therefore, approximately 20 percent of high schools in the United States utilize some form of drug testing

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    Drug Test: The End The Steroid Era

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    Drug Test: End The Steroid Era Steroid use in sports is one of the biggest debates when it comes to organized sports. The number of athletes turning to the use of illegal substances to gain an advantage is growing rapidly. Athletes trying to get an edge on their competitors has been around since the ancient Greeks when they would try things such as caffeine and sugar. Even recreational drugs were used in the 1800’s such as cocaine to try and improve their abilities. Steroids that are used today have

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    Don’t Drug Test Welfare Recipients Chikondi Nkhoma Brown Mackie College – Louisville Don’t Drug Test Welfare Recipients If you can afford buying drugs, why can’t you afford to buy food and other necessities? This young lady I know have four children. She gets welfare in everything. When I talk about welfare I mean food stamps, k tap money, medical insurance and housing. Her life style is way better than me, mind you she don’t know how a paycheck look like; but I work two jobs and we can’t

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    Meth, marijuana, cocaine, and heroin are among the top drugs that many people use and utilized as money making tactics. As we all know, drugs are found and they are heavily used in low income areas, not only do they pose a significant effect on one’s health but they pose a significant effect on our economy. Generally it is perceived that those who reside in low income areas are the ones who resort to drugs, evidently they are. Likewise, they are also the ones who are assumed to be enlisted on government

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    The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test and Takin' it to the Streets as Drug-influenced Literature Art influenced by drugs faces a unique challenge from the mainstream: prove its legitimacy despite its "tainted" origins. The established judges of culture tend to look down upon drug-related art and artists, as though it is the drug and not the artist that is doing the creating. This conflict, less intense but still with us today, has its foundations in the 1960s. As the Beatnik, Hippie, and psychedelic

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    Drug Testing Myths

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    Drug testing is the process of checking for any presence of drugs in one’s urine, hair or blood sample. Most people don’t love the idea of undergoing a drug test since most of them fear that they might test positive. Over the years there have been rumors about drug tests. The following are the nine biggest myths that people have termed as true. Eating Poppy Seed Bagel will result in negative results of drug test Poppy seed comes from a plant called Papaver Somniferous that produces similar drugs

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