It is lawful for an employer to test employees or prospective employees for the presence
of drugs or alcohol, in accordance with the provisions of this article, as a condition
of continued employment or hiring. However, in order to qualify for a bar from being subjected to legal claims for
acting in good faith on the results of a drug or alcohol test, employers must adhere
to the accuracy and fairness safeguards outlined in this article.
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