After seeing at least a half dozen news articles on this, finally I’ll post something while Guam still exists:
Marianas Variety: AG says random drug tests in GovGuam forbidden, with some exemptions:
HAGÅTÑA (The Guam Daily Post) — Attorney General Elizabeth Barrett-Anderson, in an opinion issued Tuesday, said random drug testing of Government of Guam employees is a violation of the Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution.
This is in response to a request made by Sen. Telena Nelson, chairperson for Committee on Public Safety, who sought the legal advice of the AG before introducing legislation that would authorize the government to execute random drug testing.
Barrett-Anderson wrote that drug testing of an employee must be based on reasonable suspicion of wrongdoing, and any violation of that would offend constitutional protections.
“In recent months, Guam has revived its effort to rid our island of the drug epidemic on our streets, in our homes, in our prisons, and just about everywhere we turn. We should not throw out constitutional protections in an effort to accomplish our worthy mission,” said the AG.