One of our Washington state Reps submitted a bill recently that would require drug tests for those receiving aid for families. It won't get a hearing this session because of court cases in other states. Apparently this was tried in Michigan and Florida. In both cases federal judges struck down state laws on 4th Amendment grounds stating: A drug test is a search, and that the 4th Amendment requires there be "some quantum of individualize suspicion" for a search to meet constitutional muster. Isn't this the same thing the TSA is doing to travelers? Am I missing something?