Like it or not it seems the drug screen has become a rite of passage in this age of corporate control.
Congress does not take any annual drug screens that I know of. This may be part of the reason some good legislation gets blocked and some bad legislation gets approved. Certainly, when I take my annual drug test with cohorts and the ones that fail get bounced, it makes my workplace more productive.
Are Congress people more productive outside of the broadly implemented annual drug screen and follow ups such as random drug tests and mandated counseling for those who fail annual drug screens (or termination for those who refuse sobriety at work)?
Is congressional concatenation exempt from the rite of drug screening and should this be tolerated by the people they represent given we're all taking drug screens nowadays?
What kind of penalties should the Surgeon General implement on legislators found committing LUI's (legislation under the influence of drugs and / or alcohol)? I think we've finally got enough government to do something about this alleged problem!