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Employees / Drug Testing #307050

CBS Evening News for Monday, Oct 27, 1986
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Atlanta, Georgia: Peter Van Sant) Incr. occurrences of employees purchasing drug-free urine to avoid losing jobs as consequence of drug testing examined; details given, scenes shown. [Dr. Douglass TALBOTT - notes drug dealers now also sell urine.] [USER - defs. practice.] [Drug abuse expert David FOERSTER - notes counterculture will develop ways to beat the system.] Other methods of masking evidence of drug-laced urine described. [San Diego telephone MESSAGE - advises callers; remarks transcribed on screen.] [International Clinical Laboratories spokesperson Paul OTTAVIANO - defs. having witness when sample is given.] [ACLU (American Civil Liberties Union) spokesperson Hedy WEINBERG - explains opposition to witness aspect.] [USER - notes inaccuracy of urine testing.]

Rather, Dan;
Van Sant, Peter

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