I picked this up from THE NET.
The intended reason for this screening is obvious, I just am not sure a company can deny employment because you test positive for nicotine.
Applicants in Ohio for one of 3,200 casino jobs will be tested for nicotine and not hired if found positive, reports the Dayton Daily News. Penn National is filling jobs at their Toledo and Columbus casinos but will disqualify applicants who test positive for nicotine. The company will also randomly test workers who are hired. Ohio has an indoor smoking ban means customers will have to step outside before lighting up. Twenty-nine states passed laws making it illegal to refuse to hire smokers, but Ohio isn't among them, Lewis Maltby, president of the National Workrights Institute, told the Dayton Daily News.
Read more here: http://www.kentucky.com/2012/01/26/2044036/kentucky-news-review-improvements.html#storylink=cpy