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Can we release information to collect payment?
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Please note: If you are presenting for DOT drug and/or alcohol testing, you are not required to sign a consent, release, waiver of liability or indemnification agreement with respect to any part of the drug or alcohol testing process covered by Subpart 40.355 of the Title 49, Transportation, Federal Drug and Alcohol Testing Rules.