Oct 142014
 October 14, 2014  Posted by  Laws, U.S., Workplace

The ACLU of Northern California wants voters to vote NO on Proposition 46, the Medical Malpractice Lawsuits Cap and Drug Testing of Doctors initiative.

The initiative would require physicians to submit to random, suspicionless drug testing, which is an unwarranted intrusion into their right to privacy protected by the Fourth Amendment and the California Constitution.

Random, suspicionless drug testing fails to deter drug use and is unnecessarily intrusive, particularly given the less-intrusive alternative approach of testing individuals only when there is individualized suspicion of impairment or another particularized reason to do so.  

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