Drug testing all students would violate the Fourth Amendment

Drug testing all students would violate the Fourth Amendment
Randomly testing students uninvolved in school sports under suspicion of drug use is unconstitutional because the Fourth Amendment states: “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable …
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Child abuse persistent despite growing awareness
Maurine Clymer, FCDJFS social services supervisor, said the three biggest causes of child abuse locally are drug use by parents, domestic violence in children's presence, and adult mental health issues. “They affect every aspect of parenting,” she said.
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Child abuse affects 1 in 3 Canadian adults, mental health study indicates
Mental conditions included having suicidal thoughts and attempted suicide, and drug abuse or dependence. Respondents also said whether they were … The study can't prove cause and effect, the researchers noted. "It may be that for some people, a …
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Prelate exonerates John Paul of turning blind eye to abuse case
Maciel lived a doubled life for years as a pedophile, womanizer and drug addict while running the order he founded and being held up as an example of an outstanding religious leader. The order had many wealthy conservative … Oder, a Pole who was …
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