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@942DP5S from Maine answered…6mos

@92X5HLD from California answered…6mos

@92JXK3J from New York answered…7mos

Yes, but only to establish why they need welfare. If they have a criminal record and aren't taking them because they're stressed about providing for their family, arrest them. Otherwise, provide treatment and ensure that welfare doesn't go towards buying booze or drugs.

Also ensure that recipients are honest about themselves and don't lie.

 @93G2RP7 from Wisconsin answered…7mos

@92YHQCV from California answered…8mos

No, only if they have a criminal history related to drug abuse, plus welfare recipients should provide treatment for those who tested positive for drugs

@9334YP3 answered…9mos

Welfare should be abolished entirely and replaced by voluntary charity. It is up to each charity whether or not they wish to perform drug tests.

@92S34SB from California answered…9mos

Yes, but give them a three strikes rule. Send them to treatment so they can get off the drugs, but if they keep abusing drugs and they violate the three strikes rule. Terminate their benefits.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…10mos

Yes, but provide treatment for those testing positive for any lethal street drugs. Disregard positive test results for marijuana

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…10mos

Yes, but provide treatment for those testing positive for all lethal street drugs. Disregard positive test results for marijuana

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…10mos

Yes, but provide treatment for those testing positive for all lethal street drugs. Disregard positive test results for marijuana.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…10mos

Yes, but only if they have a secondary criminal history of felonies related to past usage or selling of lethal street drugs. Disregard positive test results for marijuana, and provide treatment for those testing positive for all lethal street drugs

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…10mos

No, only if they have a secondary criminal history of felonies related to past usage or selling of lethal street drugs. Disregard positive test results for marijuana, and provide treatment for those testing positive for all lethal street drugs

@8ZVHZPZ from North Carolina answered…10mos

Yes, test anyone receiving money from the government including employees and politicians, and if they test positive offer them help and treatment.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…10mos

No, only test those who have built up a criminal history of felonies related to using or transporting lethal street drugs. Provide treatment for those testing positive and disregard any positive results for marijuana usage

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…10mos

No, only those who have built up a secondary criminal history of felonies due to usage or transporting street drugs outside of marijuana.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…11mos

Yes, but provide treatment for those who test positive for any street drugs outside of marijuana

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…11mos

Yes, but provide treatment for those who test positive for any street drugs outside of marijuana.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…11mos

No, only if they have a criminal history of felonies that are related to lethal street drug abuse or transporting such drugs

@85QWNPG from Colorado answered…11mos

No, abolish welfare and provide free and universal healthcare regardless of drug usage or criminal history.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…12mos

No, only for those with a secondary criminal history that was related to use of lethal street drugs, and provide treatment for those testing positive. Disregard positive test results for use of marijuana

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

No, only if they have a secondary criminal history of felonies that are either directly or indirectly related to drug abuse

@8YP5JYJ from Florida answered…1yr

No, but if recipients come forward about issues with drug addiction, they should be provided treament

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Yes, but only if they have a criminal history of felonies related to drug abuse, and provide treatment for those testing positive. Disregard positive test results for marijuana usage

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

No, only if they have a secondary criminal history of felonies related to drug abuse

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

Yes, but only if they have a secondary criminal history of felonies related to drug abuse. Provide treatment for such individuals testing positive for lethal street drug usage

@8YDDPK2 from Illinois answered…1yr

No, if they start to show reasoning then maybe but if they have no record or suspicion there isn't a reason to.

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

No, only if they have a criminal history of felonies that were committed in relation to drug abuse

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

No, only if they have a criminal history of felons that were committed in relation to drug abuse

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

No, only if they have a felonious criminal history that is related to drug abuse

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

No, only if they have a secondary criminal history of felonies that were related to drug abuse

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

No, only if they have a secondary criminal history of felonies that were somehow related to drug abuse

@8XPN77T from Oklahoma answered…1yr

 @8XD6BY6 from Nevada answered…1yr

@8XHNZZH from Pennsylvania answered…1yr

@8WNZXJ4 from Ohio answered…1yr

Perhaps they could be if it's necessary, and if they test for drugs that are more extreme and not medical then provide them treatment. If it's simply marijuana or something that has medical use and test levels for it in their system aren't too high then let them be.

@8WK5SV9 from Oregon answered…1yr

Yes, test anyone receiving money from the government including employees and politicians; consider terminating benefits for anyone testing positive, and lower welfare gradually

@8NXXD9X from North Carolina answered…1yr

@8W98F2Y from Oregon answered…1yr

No and we should offer substance abuse supports for people in non punitive ways

@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…1yr

No, only if they have a secondary criminal history of felonies that were committed as a result of drug abuse, or related to their usage

 Deleted answered…1yr

Yes, but provide treatment for those testing positive for hard drugs.

@8T9X24H from California answered…2yrs

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@7PTCG38 from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

No, only if they have a felony criminal history related to abuse of the most fatal street drugs, notably crack cocaine and heroin

@OofPoof681 from Tennessee answered…2yrs

Yes, but terminate and provide treatment for anyone testing positive.

@8SRVXNS from New York answered…2yrs

Yes. Test some people who get money from the government, and provide treatment if they test positive

@8SGQ479 from Oklahoma answered…2yrs

Only if there is good reason to believe that person is doing drugs

@8SB5Z26 from Florida answered…2yrs

No, people should be able to live and recurve help from the government without fear. I would support free treatment for anyone with drug problems, though.

@8RM5525 from Tennessee answered…2yrs

no, this could effect dependents such as children that may otherwise starve