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Marijuana Madness in Minnesota: Some THC Products Legalized

Minnesota recently joined other states who have legalized tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in some way. Michigan’s governor signed into law House File (HF) 4065 on June 2, 2022. The goal of the law is to clarify the status of consumables that are derived...

Island Time: Rhode Island Legalizes Recreational Marijuana

Rhode Island recently became the nineteenth state to legalize cannabis for adult recreational use. The Rhode Island Cannabis Act was signed into law on May 24, 2022 and became effective immediately. Adults who are 21 years old and over are able to...

Webinar: AccuSource's 2022 Mid-Year Compliance Update

Are you feeling ’22? As summer begins and 2022 reaches its halfway point, the first six months remind us that the background screening industry is never boring. New marijuana laws have flowered and legislatures and courts have weighed cannabis...

Webinar: Same-Day Hiring in Today’s Competitive Recruitment Landscape

Please join us for a one-hour educational Webinar to discuss new and innovative solutions to onboard qualified candidates fast by leveraging alternatives to traditional collection site and lab-based substance abuse screening.

 This session will...

FCRA Focus: Drug Testing

The federal Fair Credit Reporting Act (“FCRA”) can be confusing at times even though it has been in place for many years. One gray area includes which activities are covered under the FCRA. If an organization requests criminal background checks...

In the Weeds…Again: House Votes Yes on Legalized Marijuana

Marijuana has taken a step closer to being legalized on the federal level through the Marijuana Opportunity Reinvestment and Expungement Act, or the MORE Act. In a historic moment, the House of Representatives voted yes to H.R. 3884 on December 4....

2020 Year-End Compliance Review Webinar

2020 has left a lasting affect on the United States, and the world. In one short year, we encountered a global pandemic, civil unrest, protests for equality and justice, and a change in political party control. These impacts have had a ripple effect...

FMCSA Raises Random Drug Testing Rate For 2020

The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) has implemented another change in addition to its new Clearinghouse that may impact your drug screening program.

A Change Years in the Making: SAMHSA Approves Oral Fluids Drug Testing

 

A big change is coming to the world of employment-related drug screening. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) previously allowed only urine drug testing under its guidelines for federally regulated workplaces....

New FMCSA Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse Impacts Employers

The Secretary of Transportation, at the direction of Congress, has established the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Clearinghouse. The secure online database will be available starting January 6, 2020 and will keep real-time...

Puff, Puff, Pass: Marijuana Updates

Marijuana has been and will continue to be a huge topic in employment law. While federal law still holds that marijuana is an illegal controlled substance, states and local jurisdictions are legalizing it for medical and recreational use. Some...

New York City Bans Pre-Employment Cannabis Testing

The Big Apple makes progressive moves to ease restrictions on the use of marijuana

Marijuana Madness: Recent Laws and Decisions

As more and more states pass laws decriminalizing and even legalizing the recreational use of marijuana, it is not surprising that marijuana continues to be a prevalent topic for lawmakers and courts throughout the country.

2019: No Change to FMCSA Random Testing Rates

As of January 10, 2019, there will be no changes to the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration's (FMCSA) random drug testing rates. The agency is required to publish its required random testing rates only when they are changing.

Effect of Marijuana Laws on Employers Foggy Despite Court Guidance

Courts at the state level have been addressing the conflict between federal and state law concerning the use of marijuana. While numerous states have legalized marijuana for medical or recreational use, federal law still classifies marijuana as an...

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