by Bryce Covert Mar 10, 2015
The state said it would save $1.7 million from drug testing welfare applicants but less than $4,000 has been saved.
by Carimah Townes Mar 3, 2015
Bill Bratton calls pot a "seemingly innocent drug."
by Bryce Covert & Josh Israel Feb 26, 2015
The statistics show that applicants actually test positive at a lower rate than the drug use of the general population.
by Alan Pyke Feb 10, 2015
Six months into its experiment with drug testing welfare recipients, Tennessee's tests have caught just 0.2 percent of all applicants for public assistance.
by Sam P.K. Collins Feb 9, 2015
As opioid overdoses soar, school officials are looking for effective ways to reach teens.
by Sam P.K. Collins Jan 28, 2015
But health care providers in some parts of the country still have a long way to go.
by Travis Waldron Jan 16, 2015
The NCAA's competition committee recommends focusing more on education and less on testing, which could amount to a significant shift in sports' approach to recreational drugs.
by Bryce Covert Jan 14, 2015
Applicants will have to disclose prior felonies and take a drug test or risk losing benefits.
by Katie Valentine Dec 28, 2014
Similar programs in other states have been shown to be costly and haven't identified large numbers of drug users among welfare recipients.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Dec 17, 2014
The state is jailing pregnant women for child abuse charges against their fetuses.