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An America drowning in red ink is the land of the free no more
Topic - Mary Stenson Scriven
Connecticut has yielded to requests from American Indian tribes seeking a larger law enforcement role at two of the country's largest casinos, slashing the amount the resorts will have to pay the state back for the services of state police troopers and other security agents, officials said Monday.
Scriven wrote she could find "no set of circumstances under which the warrantless, suspicionless drug testing at issue in this case could be constitutionally applied."
U.S. District Judge Mary Scriven wrote there was no pervasive drug problem among TANF applicants.