Teachers lose fight against drug tests;In brief

8th October 1999 at 01:00
TEACHERS in the southern US state of Tenessee will continue to undergo drug tests after the Supreme Court rejected their legal challenge. Many believe the ruling will encourage other states to introduce similar laws. The Tennessee teachers had argued that the tests violated laws that protect against searches of personal property when there is no reasonable evidence of a crime.

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