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In October 2005, a season ticket holder of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers filed suit in a Florida state court to challenge the lawfulness of the Tampa Sports Authority’s policy of conducting pat-down searches of all ticket-holders seeking to attend Buccaneers home games. The state court ruled that the searches were unconstitutional and enjoined them from occurring.

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