The Chicago Tribune posted an article about the lawsuit filed today, which challenges the Chicago Housing Authority's (CHA) drug testing policy. Joseph Peery is a CHA resident and ACLU's plaintiff in the case. He has lived in a mixed-income housing development and has had to undergo annual drug testing in order to stay in his apartment. The ACLU of Illinois believes this is a violation of Mr. Peery's privacy under the 4th Amendment.

“It’s humiliating, embarrassing, stigmatizing, and it’s unfair,” Peery said in an interview. “I think it needs to end.”

Read the whole thing.