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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...7yrs

Yes, test anyone receiving money from the government including employees and politicians

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@966T8W6 answered…1 day

@94BLN8N answered…2mos

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@946J2D5 answered…2mos

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@93CGVWD answered…4mos

Make it optional and provide free rehabilitation and addiction services for welfare recipients to decrease risk

@9355TL3 answered…5mos

@92WBZ8M answered…5mos

no, unless it is effecting the children of the recipients on welfare

@8WR3ZLF answered…12mos

No, those addicted to drugs are at a higher risk of crime without income. They should be assisted wherever possible.

@8TCKJS9 answered…1yr

@8BHWD4WLabour Party answered…2yrs

No, but ask them if they do and make sure they are not on drugs before them making important decisions. Offer treatment if they say they do use drugs.

@ISIDEWITH answered…2yrs

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-HI) is calling for the U.S. to legalize currently illicit drugs.

“If we take that step to legalize and regulate, then we’re no longer treating people who are struggling with substance addiction and abuse as criminals and instead getting them the help that they need,” the 2020 presidential candidate said at a campaign stop in Merrimack, New Hampshire on Friday.

@8JCVSBN answered…2yrs

remove benefit and put all current people on benefit into a prison and proved worthy of society

@8J8YSSJ answered…2yrs

@8J7D9ZP answered…2yrs

Have government funded rehab facilities and make them advertised / take away stigma of seeking help

@8J5MNNL answered…2yrs

Yes if it is suspected that drugs are getting in the way of holding down employment.

@8HXN26L answered…2yrs

No, but they should be expected to preform community service in order to receive benefits

@8HNP358 answered…2yrs

People who commit crimes should be tested and kicked off the welfare if positive

@8HM2KCY answered…2yrs

Only if they have been on the benefit for years, not showing any progress of finding themself work, then I think they should be drug tested.

@8HHCPSX answered…2yrs

@8HC5VW4 answered…2yrs

No. We should redirect the “money” towards community services or health services

@8HBXRBC answered…2yrs

Yes, those who are not on disabilities, and those who have dependants. Benifits should be terminated if treatment is refused

@8H8GN7T answered…2yrs

Yes and provide drug counseling and support for those who test positive

@8H7HDKG answered…2yrs

Yes, but only if the people involved in ordering and administering such tests are also tested. And I think Police Officers should be routinely tested as well.

@8H6STJL answered…2yrs

@8H53NMN answered…2yrs

Yes they should be. I also think that welfare seekers should only be able to receive a welfare for 6 months whilst they rebuild their life and get a job. If they have not got a job after this time they should be left to their own. there are generations of family's that have been living of welfare and this is not acceptable, it develops bad habits passed down to future generations that are at disservice to society.

@8H533JC answered…2yrs

No. Harmful drugs do not stay in peoples systems for long enough to justify the cost of mandatory drug tests.

@8GZJLWW answered…2yrs

Yes but only if the job they are being referred to requires a drug test & also they can prove they are actively looking for work

@8GYVX3S answered…2yrs

Yes they should, but they should only test for drugs that are illegal.


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