The White House: How High an Office?

How High an Office?

George Bush supports random drug testing in the workplace, including the workplace where he's the boss. The Administration plans to conduct random urinalysis among more than 80% of the 1,850 employees in the Executive Office of the President, which includes the White House staff, the Office of Management and Budget, the National Security Council and other agencies.

Thirty EOP workers have reluctantly filed a class-action suit seeking to stop the tests, contending that the Government has no right to test them without reason to suspect them of drug use. Though there is little evidence of widespread drug abuse among Executive Office...

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