when I was a kid I was the type who was curious of everything and when I couldn't figure what it was or where it went I would have a puzzled look on my face. Since I've grown up there were a lot of things that I was curious about but there's not a things that I didn't figure out the awnsers to except for one, and that is on the subject of welfare, should you be drug tested or what are you spending your check from the government on. I could rant and rave for hours on all the subtopics of welfare, but the most important subtopic that I would like to focus on is "Should the Welfare Be Drug Tested". In my opinion I say "yes", here's why.
The term welfare is actually not just one program is a lot of programs under one word, which is welfare. Some of the programs are: Medicaid, The Women, Infants and Childrem (WIC). Even though welfare has Been around longer people will try to scam people. In fact the welfare has been around longer then our government. However Brittain deserves all credit cause they were the first ones to come up with a system similar to ours today. Later on in the 30's The Great Depression had hit. People were laid off and that had no luck in looking for a job. That's exactly when our President Franklin D. Roosevelt decided that if he created more jobs then it would lower unemployment rates.
Back where I grew up you don't just get money handed to you, you have to work for it. Now I think the majority of people who are on welfare could go and apply somewhere and get a job.
Requiring welfare recipients to stop using illegal drugs is a must because it's a real issue in today's society. Most recent studies indicate that one third of welfare use illegal drugs. Florida's policy of requiring drug testing for welfare applicants, appears to have reduced new enrollments by as much as 48 percent. Applicants who use illegal drugs simply chose not to enter the welfare system. Of course, they could sign up for welfare in the future, but...
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