The White House’s Office of Management and Budget is reviewing a rule for the United States Department of Labor that would allow states to require drug tests for certain workers to receive unemployment benefits. The rule would let states drug test claimants who work for companies that require applicants to pass drug tests. Currently, states can only deny benefits for drug use to workers in high-risk fields like law enforcement or child care, or workers who were fired for testing positive for drugs. The Office of Management and Budget has 90 days to decide to reject or enact the rule.

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