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Florida Governor’s plan to drug test state workers ruled unconstitutional | The NORML Stash Blog

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2 responses to “Florida Governor’s plan to drug test state workers ruled unconstitutional”

  1. Aljamo

    How did Rick Scott get elected as governor of Florida anyway? The yahoos in the panhandle didnt trust the other banker option, which is understandable. The vote was split 50-50 with an edge to the male. Scott, who took well over 100 million profit out of a health care business by swindling medicare, pleaded the 5th, answering no questions pertaining to the theft. He then spent 60+ million campaigning to eke out the governor position. His attempt to force drug testing was rejected as stated above. He also killed mass transit with the feds offering the bulk of funds. Like the criminal Fed bailouts, this perp got away free for obvious crimes, moving on to become governor. Isn’t life great.

  2. Alexis R. Bruce

    I’ve been a registered member of NORML for almost 37 years I guess. And I can’t agree more with the right of each individual to choose whether they care to smoke a little weed or not on their own personal time. Insurance companies are the reason as far as I know why employers have to conduct mandatory pre hire drug screenings, and of course “sensitive positions” employee’s are subject to random testing but they agreed to that when they took the job. I agree with and I’m sure most sensible people who work in demanding jobs or even non demanding jobs prefer to stay straight and clear while at work, I do. But after a long day if I want to come home and take a puff or two I should not have to fear that I am putting my future at risk. Alcohol is by far more dangerous to human life and health then marijuana but it’s legal. Cell phoners/texters are by far more dangerous on the road then a guy who smoked a bud and is on his way to the store for ice cream. Pizza can be delivered! And most cigarette smokers are by far less productive then non smokers because nicotine controls them and the amount of time on a cigarette break through out the day adds up to billions of dollars a year to the employers. Legalize it, tax it like anything else that is taxed and let us be free to indulge or not.

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