OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News In February of 1990, over 100 employees of the New York City Transit Authority were ordered reinstated to their positions in a court settlement. The employees were fired from their jobs as a result of urine tests performed in 1984. The employeesÂ’ case was based upon the fact that the Laboratory for Chromatography of Queens, New York, had used the same method for screening and confirmatory analysis of the marijuana tests, according to a report that appeared in the . . .
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