An ACLU spokesman told The Associated Press Wednesday the lawsuit is being filed on behalf of a 35-year-old Orlando man, Luis Lebron.
The spokesman says Florida's drug testing law is unconstitutional, saying it violates the Fourth Amendment's search and seizure protections.
No further details of the lawsuit were immediately available.
Gov. Rick Scott signed the drug testing bill into law in July. Under the law, welfare applicants must pay for the drug tests. If they pass, they'll get reimbursed. If they fail, they can't get benefits for at least a year, and could face child abuse charges.
Back up a minute here. I have to pass a drug test to get a job and pass one every time I get hurt at work, but these fucking crybabies are sniveling because they have to pass one to get free money, food and reduced rents? Are you fucking kidding me?
Hey, I honestly don't care if you want to smoke a joint every now and again if you can afford it, but I'm thinking that if you can't find a fucking job, you might want to stay clean in case you get offered one, you know?
And now these pussies from the ACLU are suing so Luis can stay home and get high on my dime? Fuuuuuck that shit.
And it's funny how those liberal bitches are all up in arms over somebodys' Fourth Amendment rights being violated, yet they won't lift a finger to protect my Second Amendment rights.