School administrators in Michigan who conduct random locker searches would be backed by state law under a bill that passed the House of Representatives Feb. 3.

The legislation says students should not expect privacy in school lockers and that school administrators have the right to search the contents for items that are illegal or against school policy.

Although many schools already conduct random locker searches, the bill's supporters say a state law


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