Cocaine use by workers drops
"Emergency room visits for cocaine-related problems are also down."
- John Walters, ONDCP director
Washington, D.C., USA - Crackdowns on drug traffickers by Colombia and Mexico are credited with a drop in cocaine use by U.S. workers, according to the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy.
It cited a 16 percent drop in positive workplace drug tests for cocaine in the first six months of this year, based on the experience of the leading American tester.