What is the name of your state (only U.S. law)? Washington I was offered a nursing position in a hospital. I passed the background and drug screen checks. however I was asked prior to the testing to list my medications on a blank form they gave me. I thought at the time it was for the drug screening company. However, later I was called in to a meeting with HR and the nursing supervisor who questioned me about the meds I take. I was asked if I always "work under the influence" and if I would be on medications for life. I told them truthfully that I had been on the same medications for many years and have worked as a nurse with no errors, have had no problems, have no history of drug abuse, and am stable. I also presented a release from my physician stating I am mentally and physically able to work as a nurse. They would not accept the release and are requiring me to travel to a clinic of their choice for "fit for duty" testing. I must also present my medical records. I feel I was tricked into giving them the medication list, and also wonder if they can legally pass on that information. I believe I will (and am) being judged, not on my ability to function, but on my medical information, and the job offer will be withdrawn. What does the law say, do I have any options?