Drug testing: Florida aims to be first to test public workers
New Florida drug-testing law allows agency heads to randomly test public workers for illegal drugs, prescription drugs, and alcohol. But it exempts the governor and state legislators.
Funny how that works, isn't it? I'm totally behind drug testing - so long as it is necessary for safety or national security. Airline pilots come to mind.
I'm thinking OSHA and National Transportation Safety Board. Who were you thinking of?
Does the governor have a interest in a drug testing company?
Bondi is the lead attorney general in the lawsuit seeking to overturn Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), Florida et al v. United States Department of Health and Human Services.
In the lawsuit the State of Florida and 26 other states have argued that the individual mandate provision of the PPACA violates the Constitution.
Some former lawyers of the attorney general's office have criticized their former employer for preferential treatment of corporations and law firms.
Critics have also charged that two of Bondi's assistant district attorneys investigating foreclosure fraud were admonished and then forced out of their jobs
They also point out that Bondi has accepted campaign contributions from companies under investigation by the attorney general's office.
Through a spokeswoman Bondi responded, "We aggressively prosecute wrongdoing regardless of the subject of the investigation."