BY MAUREEN N. MARATITA
In any given week on Guam, dozens of employees are taking time out from their jobs in local government, federal government and in the private sector.
They are heading to one of a handful of companies whose business offers screening of employees for drug abuse, at a cost to the employer of about $25 each.
But is such testing infringing on employee civil rights?
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