In her Oct. 23 Point of View article ("Speaker's drug plan tests the limits"), Louisa Warren states that the U.S. Supreme Court has held that a drug test must be based on some suspicion of wrongdoing to pass constitutional muster, so testing recipients of government assistance is unconstitutional.
Would she help me file a claim because I was tested for drugs before I could get my nursing license and again before I could get a job? I might have a case!
Most people who are employed get tested for drugs prior to getting their jobs. I don't have a problem with that. But somehow testing someone who doesn't work and takes my hard-earned tax money as assistance is unconstitutional? Something is wrong with this picture.