North Louisiana City Just Made It Legal For Public Workers To Drink On The Job
Just one drink on the job won't hurt!
That's pretty much the new policy according to KTBS 3 in Bossier City, Louisiana. This comes after a Louisiana state employee came to work after partying all night and crashed a city truck.
The employee admitted he drank a couple of beers before the crash, but the mayor of Bossier City, Lo Walker said that he was a 'good employee' and not worth losing him over a .02 blood alcohol level.
So, the mayor didn't fire him, instead he came up with a new policy making it legal for city workers to drink on the job as long as they don't exceed a .04 BAC limit.
According to VICE, The bossier City Council President Don Williams is challenging the new policy.