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Why is it considered unconstitutional to drug test welfare recipients?


With all the talk in the media they make it sound like it is a "Right" to do drugs. What part of doing drugs is in the constitution?

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Clive Donegal says

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  • Starmom41 4 years ago

    my 'beef' on the topic is people who get SSDI because of drug/alcohol problems- why aren't THEY tested?

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  • DalyWorks 4 years ago

    So, we should drug test senators, congressmen, and the millions of federal workers as well. I agree

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  • Gusser 4 years ago

    Welfare is issued by the STATE not the Fed. States have the right to test under the 10th admendant to the Federal Constitution.

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    Sean Bradbury (EinderDarkwolf) 4 years ago

    I don't think it's right for someone to live off the tax payers just so they can deal and/or do drugs. That's like saying that drug testing all together should be gotten rid of.


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