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Learn more about Welfare Drug Testing
5 U.S. states have passed laws requiring welfare recipients to be tested for drugs. Canada does not currently test welfare recipients for drugs. Proponents argue that testing will prevent public funds from being used to subsidize drugs habits and help get treatment for those that are addicted to drugs. Opponents argue that it is a waste of money since the tests will cost more money than they save. See recent welfare drug tests news
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No, but a form of volunteerism or community service should be integrated into our systems to create a give and take community. This also will contribute towards creating good feelings, meaning and purpose to many who lack this. 3 years ago from a Green in Nanaimo
Yes Marijuana should be okay since it lasts longer in system and some parents only use it recreationally on their own time and we should also use cards that can only be used in stores not liquor stores so it's more regulated. 3 years ago from a Green in Slave Lake
No, but there should be social programs available to assist those with substance abuse problems. 3 years ago from a Green in Toronto
No, an unconditional basic income should be adopted. 3 years ago from a Green in Winnipeg