Alabama lawmakers approve welfare drug testing
The law isn’t as strict as many would prefer, I suspect, but it certainly will deter people from abusing the public trust:
The Alabama Legislature has approved a bill to drug test welfare applicants who have had drug convictions within the last five years.
The House of Representatives voted 73-27 for the bill Thursday. It now goes to Gov. Robert Bentley for his signature.
A person could keep their benefits after one positive drug test. After a second positive, the person would be ineligible for one year. The recipient would be permanently ineligible after a third positive drug test.
A lot of lefties will say this effort isn’t worth it, but with so many people on welfare and so many state budgets constrained, this is a small step in the right direction for making sure money goes where it’s supposed to. This is especially true since the people being targeted have already shown themselves to be a risk to the public’s dollar.
Question: “Pelosi just said that the President does not have any authority to invade Iran. However, what do you think
So much to be disgusted about today. Let’s start with Texas. The WaPo has an article written by Michael Birnbaum
Christian Brando is dead at 49, of pneumonia. There’s no report of why pneumonia took Brando’s life — whether he