Fake Urine Bill Goes To Senate Floor

The proposed bill would make selling synthetic urine illegal and is an effort to help drug testing companies combat the problem of falsified drug tests.

“I’ve always said out of thirty people who walk into my office, at least 5 people have someone else’s urine, and I think that number varies but increases daily,” said Kelly Dobbins with Mid-South Drug Testing. Conn says while he thinks the fake urine bill is a step in the right direction, “synthetic urine we just don’t see as that big of a problem in this office,” he thinks making it harder for people who take the inexpensive way out, and use substitute urine would have a greater impact.