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Zero tolerance on pot? Not

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The state Court of Appeals appears to have been on solid ground, ruling in favor of Shenendehowa school bus driver Cynthia DiDomenicantonio, fired after testing positive for marijuana use in a random drug test in October 2009. The district says it maintained a zero-tolerance policy for drug use, but when push came to shove its contract didn’t specify that; instead, it provided for a series of lesser disciplinary measures for violations. And the district lawyer’s ...


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Phils2008
February 18, 2013
6:42 a.m.

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Unfair? A school bus driver is a pot user and you think a six month suspension is enough. Its always about the "children" when you want to impose some left wing idiotology on all of us, but when its truly about the kids, your tolerant!!! The working of the liberal mind never fails to amaze.

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