(Olesen, S. C.,) Together with the mental health that will come from being a good individual Blake should not have a problem getting a new position with a new company if Sycamore Pharmaceuticals decided to let him go or he could just decide to walk out on his own. With the risks as well as the rewards of being honest, there are risks in regards to lying to the FDA. “Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is responsible for the protection of the public health by assuring the safety, effectiveness and security of human drugs and biological products through the enforcement of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA) and related regulations”.
Drug testing in the Welfare system has been a big issue in the news lately. There are mixed reviews on both sides that think it is a good idea, but there are those that say it is unconstitutional and against people’s rights. If you need to be drug tested for employment, then why can’t you be drug tested to get on Welfare? Drug testing will reveal recipients who are wasting taxpayers' money on drugs. Connie from http://www.worldwidehippies.com/2011/11/20/drug-test-welfare-recipients-really-hmm/ personally feels that if she has to get drug tested to get a job, that will provide others with welfare benefits, then you should have to be tested to receive them.
For me, this issue hits a spot. I am not in any way a drug user, but I have found myself requiring the assistance of welfare. I know how easy it is for someone to receive cash assistance and use it as they please, but I also know what it’s like to have a job and pay taxes. I believe that this law will enforce personal responsibility and make people be held accountable for their actions. Most jobs require drug testing, whether it’s annual or random, so why shouldn’t someone who is not working for their income also be drug tested?
It is clear that allowing pharmaceutical companies to act in their self-interest with less government regulation and controlled drug approval process the patients would benefit more. As Thomas Paine once said, “Society in every state is a blessing, but government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state, an intolerable one.” Today in our society there are tons of people wishing and hoping that a new drug will be introduced that will help cure or assist with their diseases. The drug approval process simply takes to long and creates drugs that are completely overpriced to the point of where once they are finally released they can become unaffordable to those in need. It is clear through pharmaceutical consumer
The famous phrase that the forbidden fruit is sweetest is very common and very actual thus if some of the drugs were to be legalized this would greatly help in alleviating the widespread use of drugs and the crimes related to drugs altogether (National Drug Control Strategy, 2011). Justification as to why this study should be conducted is the fact that the eradication of drug trafficking in the United States will help solve a multidimensional problem. The problem of drug trafficking has very many faces such as the fact that addiction leads to decreased productivity from the individuals, disruption of education for some of the addicts, loss of jobs and long term effect on the economy (Joe, 2006). Increased risk, predisposal to diseases and the overall neglect of social
Finally, there is a dangerous lack of oversight by FDA regulators into the safety violations of companies such as Chemins leading to a reduced rate of public health and safety. Display: There are a number of options available to the Chemins company to deal with the ethical issue of mislabeled products. One is for the company to submit to mandatory testing of their products in order to ensure that what is on the label is what the product actually contains. This testing can be performed at the expense of either the company or the government, though this author believes it is the job of a company to own the regulatory compliance expense of ensuring its products are safe for
However, a negative effect on society is that you honestly cannot determine whether the probationer will abide by the rules that the courts set in place. The other negative effect they could have on society is the probationers may go out and commit more crimes. My hypothesis about the overall effectiveness of community corrections is that it is lacking in its attempts to keep probationers off drugs and alcohol. I also think that urinalysis tests are not fool proof, and can easily be manipulated and passed by the help of the detox drinks that there is
This may also boost employee confidence since knowing a drug-testing system is in place generally helps employees be more productive by not having to fear a drug-related incident jeopardizing their welfare in any way. As I said, there are also some drawbacks to implementing this type of program. Drug testing may be expensive. Employees are less receptive to random drug testing and may perceive it as an invasion of privacy because no probable cause exists. Although random testing in the workplace is legal, some groups
In such cases, they disregard the welfare of the customers. Celebrity endorsements have been used to advertise some products such as alcoholic drinks and cigarettes that have negative effects on customers. In such instances the celebrities do not consider the welfare of the society because medical experts have established that cigarettes and alcohol have serious medical effects on consumers. In conclusion, celebrity endorsement is a very effective adverting strategy that is widely used by most organizations in the contemporary society. Most celebrity endorsements care about the welfare of the society but they can be very unethical especially when there is lack of honesty about the
Why drugs should not be legalized George Parker ENC-1102-12 Composition II October 30, 2010 Legalizing drugs would make it so much easier for the law enforcement and they would be getting the tax money from it as well. They would be able to control the price and the amount of each package sold as well as who would be able to buy the product. This may cause a problem with the youth that are into using the drug due to the government putting an age limit on the purchase of the drug. The drug dealer would lose all their business as the drug would be legal and the price of the drug would be in the hands of the local government and not in the dealer’s hand. A lot of people would like this and it would make it easier and better