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Drug Testing Laws
State-by-State Disclosure

This page is dedicated to bringing our readers up to date on state-by-state statutes regarding drug testing laws throughout the USA. It is customized to take you, the reader, to state sites designed to allow you access to current laws and help you understand what your lawmakers have done, if anything, to protect you against false-positive drug tests.
    

 

 
Alaska
Voluntary Drug Testing Act
Alaska Stat. 23.10.600 - 23.10.699

Arizona
Voluntary Drug Testing Provisions
Article 14 - Drug Testing of Employees
Ariz. Rev. Stat. 23-493 to -493.11 (1994).

Arkansas
Chapter 14. Voluntary Program for Drug-free Workplaces.
11-14-101 - 11-14-112

California
On-Site Testing
Cal. Bus. & Prof. Code 1206

Connecticut
Drug Testing
Conn. Gen. Stat. 31-128(a-h)
Conn. Gen. Stat. 31-51t to -51aa

Georgia
Drug-Free Workplace Act
Ga. Code 50-24-1 et seq. (1993)
Public Employees - Drug Testing
Ga. Code 45-20-90 et seq.

Hawaii
Haw. Rev. Stat. 329B-1 et seq.

Idaho
Idaho Code Sect. 72-1701 - 1716
Idaho Code Sect. 44-202

Iowa
Iowa Code Ann, 730.5

Kansas
KSA 65-1107 to 1108
Kan. Admin. Regs. 28-33-12

Louisiana
La. Rev. Stat. Ann. 49:1001 - 1012
La. Rev. Stat. Ann. 23:1081
La. Rev. Stat. Ann. 23:1601
La. Rev. Stat. Ann. 23:634 and 23:897

 
 

    
        
    

Drug Testing
A Bad Investment

The ACLU

False-Positive / False Negative Test Causes
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

Drug Tests: Junk Science?
NOLO: Law for All

Explanation: False-Positive/False Negative Drug Test Results
Australian Institute of Criminology

False-Positive/False Negative: Stat Methods for Pharmacy
Statistics Department: North Dakota State University

Drug Testing
FindLaw Sports

Congressional Testimony on Drug Tests
ACLU

Testing for Drugs of Abuse: Unexpected Immunoassay Results
University of Michigan

Drug TestingLegislation Briefing Series

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Maine
Me. Rev. St. Ann. tit. 26, 681- 690

Maryland
. Md. HEALTH-GEN. Sect. 17-214 et seq.

Minnesota
. Minn. Stat. 181.950 to 181.957

Mississippi
MISS. CODE ANN. Sect. 71-7-1 to -31

Montana
Mont. Code Ann. 39-2-205 to 39-2-211

Nebraska
Neb. Rev. Stat. Art. 19, 48-1901 et seq.

North Carolina
N.C. Gen. Stat. 95-230 et seq.

Oklahoma
OKLA. STAT. ANN. Title 40, 551-565

Oregon
. Ore. Rev. Stat. 438.435 ; OR. Admin. Rule 333-024-0305 to 333-024-0365 (1999). Or. Rev. Stat. 659.227.
Ore. Rev. Stat. 279.312

Pennsylvania
Pa. Const. Stat. Ann. 7509

Rhode Island
Chapter 136. R.I. Gen. Laws 28-6.5-1 & 28-6.5-2

South Carolina
Code of Laws of South Carolina 16-13-470 (1999).

Texas
Health and Safety Code, 481.133

Utah
Utah Code Ann. 34-38-1 to -15 (1997).

Vermont
VT. Stat. tit. 21, 511-520 (1993).

 

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Page Last Updated: 6/15/2002
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