Oct 262011
 
 October 26, 2011  Court, Surveillance, Youth & Schools

Victory for the ACLU and student privacy in the Linn State case!  From their blog:

The ruling is in: Linn State Technical College’s mandatory drug-testing policy is patently unconstitutional, and will not stand. After a seven-hour hearing Tuesday, Judge Nanette K. Laughrey of the Western District of Missouri granted our preliminary injunction against the public school, blocking any further drug testing or analysis of urine samples already taken from students. We are thrilled to share this victory with our brave plaintiffs and their peers, who stood up to the school officials who attempted to blindside their constitutionally protected right to privacy.

Read more on ACLU and congratulations on this ruling!

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