An Indiana Superior Court judge struck down a school district's random drug testing policy, saying it did not require reasonable suspicion of drug use before selecting a student for testing.

Judge George Beamer also said the Penn-Harris-Madison school district did not prove that student athletes were leaders of the schools' drug culture or that there was a special need to test students who drive to school or who are involved in extracurricular activities.


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