The U.S. Supreme Court allows the Veronia School District in the State of Washington to require suspicionless, mass urinalysis for high school and junior high school athletes.


The U.S. Supreme Courts, citing a drug crisis that has reached “epidemic proportions”, rules in favor of a Veronia, Washington School District law mandating mass urinalysis for all high school and junior high school athletes regardless of individual suspicion. The “epidemic” drug use cited in the petition before the court resulted in only twelve positive drug tests in four and a half years since Veronia’s mandatory urinalysis program had been instituted.