Remember when Florida decided to start drug-testing all welfare applicants, hoping to cut costs by denying benefits to drug-users? Well it turns out that only 2% of welfare applicants are testing positive, which means that the whole thing is actually costing the state money instead of saving anything.
Incidentally, the rate of drug use in the general population is 8.7%. So welfare recipients are actually cleaner than most people. Great job, Florida!
I wonder how vigorously they would defend it if it was challenged, given how poorly it seems to be functioning. I have no idea if there is any lawsuit in the works, but hopefully there is. It would have to be the ACLU though, its not like people on welfare have the cash for challenging the state.
Jamaica is a corruption of a native word. I guess it sounded like Jamaica sort of so... And not that I would know about this in any way, but I suggest you do a google search for Freedom Rally Boston 2011. Oh, and marijuana posession under an oz is a $100 (rarely given) fine with nothing going on your record. So don't smoke pot here or there is a slight chance you might get a small fine equal to not cleaning up after your dog.