Case No. 00-CV-1311, Denver District Court; 00-CA-1698, Colorado Court of Appeals
ACLU Case No. 1999-18
This case challenges a rule of the Colorado Division of Racing Events that requires kennel workers in the Greyhound racing industry to furnish samples of their urine whenever state officials decide they want to perform a test for drugs, with no requirement of reasonable suspicion or probable cause. In the aftermath of a ruling favorable to the ACLU’s position in the Colorado Court of Appeals, the state rescinded the challenged regulation in 2002.
Mark Silverstein , ACLU of Colorado Legal Director
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