A former employee was allowed to proceed with lawsuit Stafford v. CSL Plasma, Inc., in which she alleged the employer violated state law when it terminated her employment after a positive breath alcohol test. A phlebotomist at CSL Plasma, Inc., Stafford’s breathalyzer alcohol test showed a blood alcohol content that was above the legal limit and later received positive results for marijuana and benzodiazepines for her drug test. She argued that the employer violated the Rhode Island drug testing law when it terminated her position after the first offense.


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