Aug 242010
 
 August 24, 2010  Court, Surveillance, Youth & Schools

Denny Walsh reports:

In the first case of its kind in California, three appeals court justices in Sacramento did not appear receptive Monday to mandatory random drug testing of non-athlete high school students who participate in competitive extracurricular activities.

A Superior Court judge last year ordered a halt to enforcement of the expanded drug-testing policy at Shasta Union High School District’s three main campuses.

Read more in The Sacramento Bee.

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