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Workplace Drug Testing
Unfortunately, in this day and age, there are few laws that protect the privacy of U.S. citizens. Millions of Americans are being drug tested yearly in the workplace, even when they aren't suspected of drug use. Innocent people do have something to hide: their private life. The right to privacy is the most comprehensive of rights and the right most valued by citizens. Americans have traditionally believed that general searches of the innocent are unfair. Urine tests are body searches, and they are an unprecedented invasion of privacy. The government must have good reason to suspect a parti…
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