Category: Illicit drugs

Illicit drugs

Employee protections in the era of medical marijuana legislation

March 10, 2017

Employee protections regarding marijuana can vary from state to state and whether or not employers have a duty to accommodate. View our map.

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Some drug users can’t distinguish between right and wrong

August 17, 2016

Aside from being dangerous and highly addictive, cocaine and methamphetamine may also affect the moral judgment of users.


Drugged drivers pose a serious threat

June 20, 2016

Motorists now view drivers, who are under the influence of illicit drugs, as bigger threats than those driving under the influence of alcohol.

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Can employers still drug test for marijuana?

January 7, 2016

As the legal landscape surrounding marijuana continues to change, it is important for employers to establish a drug-free workplace policy.

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Why is heroin so addictive?

December 28, 2015

Users build up a tolerance to the drug and need larger amounts resulting in a cycle of deepening drug use eventually leading to full blown addiction

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Popular ways adults use marijuana

December 9, 2015

Researchers analyzed data about how current adult users consume marijuana and whether the reason for use is medicinal or recreational.

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Four in 10 Americans admit to using marijuana

November 10, 2015

The latest issue of CESAR FAX reports findings from a recent Gallup Poll where more than 1,000 Americans were asked if they have ever tried marijuana.


What will legal marijuana cost employers

November 2, 2015

New whitepaper helps to address misconceptions about marijuana by presenting clear facts to employers about safety, compliance and recent litigation.

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New findings regarding marijuana in Colorado

October 1, 2015

The RMHIDTA has released its third volume in a series researching the impact of medicinal and recreational marijuana legalization in Colorado.

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Drug positivity rates in D.C. arrestees decline

June 8, 2015

Data from the Pretrial Services Agency report reveals that the drug positivity rate in D.C. arrestees declined from 49 percent to 27 percent since 2006.