Drug testing of welfare recipients
A. More than 1/3 of Americans are receiving Welfare benefits. 1. What is welfare?
B. By the end of 2012, 109,631,000 Americans were receiving Welfare benefits. 1. The Census Bureau hasn’t released how many citizens were receiving benefit throughout 2013. C. How many recipients could pass a drug test?
1. Are tax payer’s dollars getting spent on drugs?
II. Drug testing of people receiving Welfare benefits should be mandatory. A. Almost 20% of welfare recipients abuse illegal drugs.
B. Recipients are more likely to do drugs than non-recipients. III. Drug testing would hold recipients to the same standards as every other American citizen. A. If a person has to pass a drug test to get a job then a person should have to pass a drug test to receive welfare benefits. B. Welfare is not intended to be the only way of receiving money to care for families. 1 Some recipients are depending entirely on the benefits they are receiving. C. The work force is becoming smaller.
1. The number of welfare recipients are increasing.
IV. Drug testing of the people receiving assistance would be fair to the tax payers. A. Hardworking Americans should not have to carry the slack of lazy, non-working Americans who sit at home and possibly do drugs. B. Drug testing would insure the tax payers that the money they are having to pay are being spent on the right things.
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