NDASA Supporting Advocacy for a Safety-Carve Out on DEA’s Proposed Marijuana Rescheduling

National Drug & Alcohol Screening Association (NDASA) urges protection of Transportation Safety AMID Marijuana Rescheduling Debate.

“If marijuana is rescheduled without a Safety Carve-Out, safety-sensitive transportation employees, including airline pilots, air traffic controllers, school bus drivers, and truck drivers, may not undergo marijuana testing,” warns James A. Greer, Chairman of NDASA. “This poses a significant risk to the safety of our roads, skills and rails.” 1

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DEA NPRM – Schedules of Controlled Substances: Rescheduling of Marijuana


1 The National Drug & Alcohol Screening Association (NDASA). (2024, June 3). NDASA Weekly Digest 6.3.24.


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