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February 25, 2019

Vermont laws on workplace drug testing

Elizabeth Rattigan explains on VPR

Vermont laws on workplace drug testing: Elizabeth Rattigan explains on VPR

Elizabeth Rattigan, Chair of Downs Rachlin Martin's Labor and Employment Group was featured on VPR's Vermont Edition with Jane Lindholm. Beth discussed Vermont's current laws on drug testing at work and the current standard of probable cause. This discussion comes in response to H.200, a bill introduced in the Vermont House, which would allow employers to drug test employees if an employer has a "reasonable basis" that the employee is under the influence at work, or is involved in a workplace accident. 

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