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She said another provision of the policy requires the employee to prove that, if found, the drugs or alcohol in his or her system did not contribute to the accident.
The Vicksburg Post reported that Ms. Langford said the policy was being revised to comply with a new state law requiring post-accident drug and alcohol testing on employees who have an accident while driving government vehicles.