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Proposed drug and alcohol driver database rule published, FMCSA accepting comment

| February 20, 2014

FMCSA published Feb. 20 its proposed rule for establishing a database of drivers who have failed or refused a drug test — dubbed the Commercial Driver's License Drug and Alcohol Clearinghouse — and the agency ...

Driver database rule made official, FMCSA says publication coming soon

| February 12, 2014

A proposed rule establishing a database of CDL holders who have failed or refused to take a drug test will soon be published, FMCSA announced Feb. 12. The rule would require carriers to upload positive ...

How the drug and alcohol database could save you

| January 28, 2014

Driver database rule clears White House, e-log rule delayed

| January 28, 2014

A rule that would implement a driver database detailing drivers' history of failed drug and alcohol test has been approved by the White House. The rule mandating the use of electronic logging devices still hasn't ...

Synthetic marijuana to be classified as controlled drug, illegal for drivers to possess

| January 15, 2014

The DEA announced it will classify synthetic marijuana as a Schedule 1 drug, thereby making truck operators who use synthetic marijuana and fail a drug test as no longer disqualified to operate a commercial motor ...

Drug testing for truckers via hair progresses as Senate, House introduce bills

Kevin Jones & James Jaillet | November 01, 2013

Companion bills that would require the Department of Health and Human Services to recognize hair testing as an option for carrier compliance of drug testing requirements for truck drivers were introduced this week in the ...

Drug, alcohol database rule inches closer to approval

| April 02, 2013

FMCSA has submitted a rule to the Office of Management and Budget that would create a database of drivers who have failed or refused a drug or alcohol test.

House bill would force hair drug testing program for truckers

| December 06, 2012

A bill introduced this week into the House would force the U.S. Department of Transportation's hand on making carriers use hair samples to test truckers for drug use as opposed to urine samples if made ...

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