posted on Mar, 5 2013 @ 08:20 AM
well, the program was fail to begin with when you have to make the person pay for own test, they should have incorporated that with the procedure and
they wouldnt have had that much backlash.
also, it really isnt that hard to pass most drug test at least for herbal drugs there are products like goldseal ect ect, and if they are not random
testings and or multiple random tests in a period of time you can stop taking the drugs a week or two before and clean out system. i know may seem
like a lot of work, but we are talking mostly about the retards that dont want to work and will actually go through more work to get out of work and
get "free money" lol.
same type of kids in school that would spend more time trying to cheat than actually spending the time studying lol.
"Having begun the drug testing in mid-July, the state Department of Children and Families is still tabulating the results. But at least 1,000 welfare
applicants took the drug tests through mid-August, according to the department, which expects at least 1,500 applicants to take the tests monthly.
"So far, they say, about 2 percent of applicants are failing the test; another 2 percent are not completing the application process, for reasons
Cost of the tests averages about $30. Assuming that 1,000 to 1,500 applicants take the test every month, the state will owe about $28,800-$43,200
monthly in reimbursements to those who test drug-free.
That compares with roughly $32,200-$48,200 the state may save on one month's worth of rejected applicants.
The savings assume that 20 to 30 people -- 2 percent of 1,000 to 1,500 tested -- fail the drug test every month. On average, a welfare recipient costs
the state $134 in monthly benefits, which the rejected applicants won't get, saving the state $2,680-$3,350 per month." article
i would say that had the program set up free tests and a more random checking system that 2% would be much higher, and take into account this is only
half, 2% of people dont even finsh gee wonder why? maybe if they were FORCED to take it they would fail? is that the 2% thats using harder than herbal
and cant clean out. id bet money on it lol heh.
so we can really say its 4% and thats on a monthly basis, MONTHLY BASIS , i would say thats pretty damn good. the real thing holding this back is the
30 $ test, wtf is that, pee in a cup, put into a machine, it spins around and spits out data, im pretty sure if we drop who ever is supplying the
contract and make a generic test we could get that down to 2.50$. and even if its the blood work version its not like it cutting edge tech its been
around for years, plastic syringes and drop who ever has contract to make a generic contract still make that less than 5-10 bucks.
now mind you i am all for LIMITED support for anyone in a country , be it a single mom , to the lunatic crazy man peeing his pants on the corner, but
if you CAN AFFORD DRUGS you dont need my assistance cause i can barely AFFORD MINE ^^