What is New at CourtHouse Concepts?

  • By Brittany Guyton
  • 18 Aug, 2015
Here we grow! CourtHouse Concepts, established in Fayetteville, AR in 1999, now has an office open in Little Rock. Stay tuned for news about the grandest of Grand Openings to be held sometime in October. We are very excited about offering our services to the Greater Little Rock market. We are ready and available to businesses who require drug screening services, private investigations, and security consulting.

Also, we have recently gone mobile! Mobile drug testing, that is. We now have the ability to bring all our drug testing supplies to you, increasing convenience when it’s time for random testing on the job site.

We’ve also added two members to the CourtHouse Concepts family. We’d like to welcome Keith Lawson, our new Director of Drug & Alcohol Testing, and Gary Graves, our new National Accounts Representative. Keith brings extensive experience from the Washington County Sheriff’s office, where he served eleven years, and his five years of duty with the Johnson Police Department. Keith is a native to Northwest Arkansas, as he grew up in Greenland.

Gary is an Arkansas native with eleven years of experience in the drug screening business. He has worked with schools throughout the state and businesses nationwide and is a huge asset to our sales team.

Look forward to more updates and industry news from CourtHouse Concepts. And call or email, today, to learn how we can help you make your business safer.

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By Mark Ridgeway 13 Oct, 2017
As of April 2017, there are 29 states that allow marijuana use for medical purposes. There is considerable variation in medical cannabis laws from state to state, including how it is produced and distributed, how it can be consumed and what medical conditions it can be used for.

At the federal level, cannabis is still a prohibited substance. However in 2014, the Rohrabacher–Farr amendment  was signed into law, prohibiting the Justice Department from spending funds to interfere with the implementation of state medical cannabis laws.

The following excerpt from a   Society for Human Resource Management  article gives a general overview of how medical marijuana impacts employers and the issues that need to be considered if you are in one of the 29 states:
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