Feds To Seek Expansion Of Worker Drug Test Methods

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Federal workers screened for drugs may have their saliva, sweat, or hair tested, the Washington Post says. Officials have relied on urine samples since 1986, when President Ronald Reagan declared federal workplace drug-free. The George W. Bush Administration wants to give agencies the option of using alternative tests to catch drug use that urine tests
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