Florida’s experiment with a law requiring all welfare recipients to be drug tested may have failed to pass constitutional muster, but the majority of the public likes applying the idea not just to welfare recipients, but also members of Congress!
The bands, the face paint, the Friday night lights are back in South Florida as the high school football season kicks off.
Another set back for a Gov. Rick Scott’s state employee drug testing program.
Republican Governor Rick Scott won’t give up just yet on his mission to impose random drug testing for thousands of state workers.
A temporary ban on a law requiring drug testing of Florida welfare recipients has been upheld by a federal appeals court. Gov. Rick Scott has vowed an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The University of Miami declared Thursday that no student in the past seven years and 10,000 drug tests has tested positive for anabolic steroids. But that doesn’t necessarily mean the school has been clean when it comes to performance-enhancing drugs, or PEDs.
Miami federal judge Ursula Ungaro has ruled that Governor Rick Scott’s order requiring drug testing for state workers is unconstitutional.
In a move that likely will draw a constitutional challenge, Gov. Rick Scott on Monday signed a controversial bill that would allow random drug testing of state employees.
A bill that would allow the State of Florida to randomly test many state employees for drugs has passed the Florida Legislature.
The Florida Legislature is scheduled to end its regular session this week. Say amen.