Again... 7600 people were screened for further evaluation. That is a fraction of the number of people on welfare in the state. Of that narrow portion, 89 people were tested for drugs. Out of 89 people, only 21 people tested positive for drugs. They don't even tell you what kind of drugs they tested positive for, let alone if any were prescriptions, etc. 0.3% (rounded up from 0.27%) of a fraction of welfare recipients tested positive. It is a waste of tax payer dollars and does nothing but make the process difficult for the poor.
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