The Indiana Supreme Court heard oral arguments May 3 in a case that could have widespread implications on the ability of schools to test students for drug use.

The Indiana Court of Appeals previously struck down a school policy of performing drug tests on students participating in athletics and other extracurricular activities but not suspected of using drugs.

Although some similar policies have been upheld in federal appeals courts, the Court of

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