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@9RKQRZFDemocratfrom Maine  answered…3 days

@9RJBQ24Republican from Georgia answered…5 days

Yes, suspend all of thier government benefits if they are positive until they are negative and have successfully completed a rehab program and are clean for 6 months.

@9MFY6XVGreen from Texas answered…3mos

@9LF6BNQWomen’s Equality from New York answered…3mos

yes, but test all people receiving government money and provide treatment to those who test positive

@9LF4BVKVeteran from North Dakota answered…3mos

@9L9YP49Women’s Equality from Michigan answered…3mos

No, only if they have a criminal history related to drug abuse. If they do test positive, the government should provide treatment for those testing positive.

@9L8QNKPLibertarian from New Jersey answered…3mos

Yes, they should not receive benefits if they are on any non-perscription or non-medicinal drugs, but drug use should not be criminalized

@Madison-CantyPeace and Freedom from South Carolina answered…3mos

Yes, and require treatment if the drugs found were not a current prescription of the person being tested, and if there are children involved, ensure there is a safe place for them to go while their parent or guardian is being treated.

@9L4ZM63Women’s Equality from South Carolina answered…3mos

Only if it's necessary and if they have past history with drug usage.

@9L4BKQSWorking Family from Texas answered…3mos

Yes for anyone receiving money including politicians with the exception of marijuana

@9KXQY4KIndependent from Massachusetts answered…3mos

Provide treatment but not if the welfare recipient keeps testing positive

@9KVCWRMIndependent from Louisiana answered…3mos

Yes and Terminate benefits for anyone who tests positive but provide treatment and rehabilitation program.

@9KSCXSYWomen’s Equality from Colorado answered…3mos

States have legalized medicinal marijuana, have exceptions to situations if it calls for it

@9KL2GMNWomen’s Equality from Nebraska answered…3mos

No, as long as they safely contribute to society they should get the assistance they need. It shouldn't be a handout to those who won't give back

@jwakleyIndependent from Utah answered…3mos

Yes, test anyone receiving money from the government including employees and politicians. Also, provide treatment for those testing positive (and require participation for continued benefits)

@9KJNBC4Women’s Equality from Minnesota answered…3mos

The business can choose but, if they choose to do it, they have to do it to all welfare recipients.

@9KF7GHMAmerican Solidarity from Colorado answered…3mos

No as it is an individual's right to not have one however drug rehab services should be offered an encouraged to those who need it

@Monica-HartLibertarian from Utah answered…3mos

Yes, but adding that this is only as a requirement that welfare participants are not allowed to purchase recreational drugs/alcohol/tobacco.

@9K9L4SHVeteran from Illinois answered…3mos

Yes! Every individual receiving funds from the government should be tested, including all employees. However, treatment should be provided for anyone who tests positive.

@9K5VD8RVeteran from Minnesota answered…3mos

@9JVX4LYConstitution from North Carolina answered…3mos

no, the government shouldn't be providing assistance and drugs should be legalized

@77durgeConstitution from New Mexico answered…3mos

Yes, and immediately terminate benefits for anyone testing positive until they enroll into an addiction treatment program.

@9JQRQQ6Green from Ohio answered…3mos

Yes. For those testing positive for non-recreational substances, require a treatment assessment and for them to follow recommendations.

@9JHN23QProgressive from Massachusetts answered…3mos

@9JC8CZZSocialist from Florida answered…3mos

Yes, and immediately remove benefits from any who test positive, BUT also provide them treatment.

@9JBZL9KTranshumanist from California answered…3mos

Yes, but ensure that if welfare is going to be cut it will not be affecting the children of that recipient. There is no way it is ethical to punish the child of a parent who chooses to use drugs.

@9J6ZTXFGreen from Texas answered…3mos

Yes, those suffering from addiction should receive treatment. Marijuana use should not be included

@Kesha-ArtisPeace and Freedom from Illinois answered…3mos

Yes, also all government employees and immediately offer treatment for those who test positive

@9HYZH3RGreen from Texas answered…3mos

@9HSX3TZDemocrat from Florida answered…3mos

Yes, but provide treatment for people testing positive and test anyone receiving money from the government, including employees and politicians.

@9HSMJJTDemocrat from New Jersey answered…3mos

Anyone with a license including doctors, nurses, and the like should be tested weekly; if they have a prescription for narcotics and certain other substances, their privileges should be modified or suspended until treatment ends. Nobody should be operating or treating a patient while under the influence.

@9HSL2D8Independent from Washington answered…3mos

No, unless they have a history of drug use and they could stay under welfare afterwards with benefits for substance abuse if they test positive

@9HS88P9Peace and Freedom from New Jersey answered…3mos

No, and drug abuse should be treated as a health care issue and not a criminal issue, and better funding for social services related to drug and addiction treatment.

@9HRGMDVWomen’s Equality from Florida answered…3mos

Yes- provide treatment and give a few strikes before terminating benefits.

@9HQLZZBLibertarian from Illinois answered…3mos

@9HP796KVeteran from West Virginia answered…3mos

It should be to help those that need a temporary helping hand. Not for those to collect and be lazy. It should be to help the elderly, the disabled to help people get on their feet.

@9HP33X7Libertarian from New York answered…3mos

Yes, but provide treatment for anyone testing positive and terminate benefits if he/she continues to test positive within 3 months after discharge from treatment.

@9HMHJ9MDemocrat from New York answered…3mos

If they have a criminal record and or drug history then they should get tested. If positive, then treatment/rehab will be provided to an extent. If when they get through rehab and after they are still doing drugs then they will get penalties.

@9HHZL9TTranshumanist from California answered…3mos

@9HHTKJKSocialist from Washington D.C. answered…3mos

No, drug abuse should be treated as a disease not used to punish people already suffering.

@9HFMDFMPeace and Freedom from Texas answered…3mos

Yes, and everyone else receiving money form the government as they should receive help if the test positive.

@9HFBQ2TLibertarian from Texas answered…3mos

Fix social welfare programs, decriminalize drugs and let people do what’s best for them

@9HDJVHPPeace and Freedom from Pennsylvania answered…3mos

@9HDH8D6Peace and Freedom from Oregon answered…3mos

No, only if they have a criminal history related to drug abuse but provide treatment for those testing positive.

@Jami-BirdsongDemocrat from Nevada answered…3mos

Yes, for all those receiving assistance from the Govt should be tested for hardcore illicit drugs


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