Not only is is fiscally impractical, there is no point. And to me that is the bigger issue. If it costs a ton and money and actually had some benefit, that would be a different storySo it comes down to the fiscal impracticality? But not outright support or opposition?It looks like cmb answered your question. She doesn't think drug testing is practical because most drug addicts don't receive benefits and most people "wasting" their benefits would test negative for a drug test.
If that's your personal interest. OK. But that is totally outside the scope of my question. I wasn't asking how to help ppl develop better money management skills.
I was asking specifically about the issue of drug testing.
Is it fair, effective, efficacious, feasible, reccommendable, evidence-based, etc. Why or why not?
If I am on welfare and I am addicted to drugs, what better way to help me than to identify my problem and compell me to get treatment? Or will other things help me more?