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Railway Labour Executive V. Skinner

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Case Brief: Railway Labour Executives v. Skinner, 934 F 2d 1096 (9th Cir. 1991) Name Course Professor Date Railway Labour Executives v. Skinner, 934 F 2d 1096 (9th Cir. 1991) Type of action An appeal to determine whether random drug testing of workers violates the Fourth Amendment. Facts The Federal Railroad Administration set regulations, which included mandatory urine and blood tests for employees involved in accidents. Employees who violated safety rules were also required to submit to breath and urine drug tests. Contentions RLEA contends that random drug testing of workers violates the Fourth Amendment, violates the doctrine of separation of powers and unlawfully delegates authority. The defendant on the other hand contends
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