ACLU challenges Chicago Housing Authority's mandatory drug testing policy
The complaint, filed in the US District Court for the Northern District of Illinois [official website], asserts that the "suspicionless" drug testing is a violation of residents' Fourth Amendment [text] rights against unreasonable search and seizure.
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#1 Aug 16, 2013
This policy is a clear violation of the fourth amendment. If this policy stands none of us are safe from the prying eyes of drug pig and dea thugs!
#2 Aug 16, 2013
Never mind that, does the HA's statute even grant them such power?
I'd be very surprised if it did.
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