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A hand-up; drug testing for welfare recipients

A  hand-up
Kansas House approves drug testing for welfare recipients
 The Kansas House has approved a bill that could require those receiving unemployment, welfare recipients and members of the legislature to undergo drug testing if drug use is suspected. The state Senate is expected to approve the measure.
This is a good idea and is motivation for recipients to stay drug-free. Those who fail the test would still be eligible for food stamps. If someone is spending money on drugs when they ought to be supporting themselves and their family, that tax money needs to be reduced.
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