Good example. According to the courts, driving (and flying) are an option and travelers have other choices if they do not want to submit to testing.
Meaning this federal judge is wrong. Welfare is an option and the government may set income level, family size and other requirements in order for citizens to receive it.
So if someone is receiving medical care from the state (Medicare, Medicaid, VA etc.), the government is able to blood test them for say, cholesterol, and require them to change their diet or take certain meds in order to continue to receive care?
Just wondering if there are any limits on what’s reasonable in what they can require you to submit to.