Chandler v. Miller involved the constitutionality of a Georgia statute that required candidates for designated state offices to pass a drug test prior to qualifying for nomination or election.
"Chandler v. Miller: The Supreme Court Closed the Door on the Factual Instances That Warrant Suspicionless Searches,"
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