A new piece of Missouri legislation -- which would require drug tests for people on welfare -- is starting to gain traction. The House is close to passing it, though the Senate hasn't gotten involved yet. The predicted cost to the state is $2 million, though supporters say that figure might be inflated.
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Bill requiring drug tests for welfare gains ground in Missouri
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