A former DEA agent is suing in federal court after getting fired following a drug screening test that showed positive for a THC metabolite. His defense is claiming that the THC in his system was hemp-derived CBD oil he used for pain relief – an entirely legitimate product – and that his firing was therefore unjustified.

What Happened

In 2019, Anthony Armour, who had 15 years on the job as a special agent, was sacked even though he handed out the agency products in question, with two of the three testing for less than 0.3 percent THC by dry weight and the third …

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