The ACLU and school officials in Shasta County will be in court this afternoon, arguing whether or not it's OK to randomly test students for drug use as a condition of participating in school-sponsored activities. Last year, a state court ruled that such testing violates a student's right to privacy. We take up the debate over student drug testing.
Student Drug Testing
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Roger Morgan, chairman and executive director of the Coalition for Drug-Free California
Michael T. Risher, staff attorney with the ACLU of Northern California