Florida’s Welfare Applicants Must Submit to Drug Testing

Florida welfare laws that require applicants to submit to drug testing has gone into effect and the heat of controversy is afoot.  The residents are just a few days into the legislation signed off by the governor last month because there’s a shroud of sinister intention behind the law.

According to the CNN report, Florida’s welfare applicants are responsible for paying for the drug test as a part of the application process for aid.  They will be reimbursed for the drug test if they pass.  But, the problem that Democrats are haivng with this seemingly unconstitutional law, is that in the not so distant past, governor Rick Scott co-founded a company that runs walk-in urgent care clinics in Florida and drug screening is among the services they provide. 

It’s a little more than suspicious that he would push for such legislation in the state.  And to throw the scent off his trail, in April, he sorta kinda broke ties with the company by transferring his interest in Solantic Corp. to a trust in his wife’s name and stating that they would not contract state business.  Sounds so Soprano’s of him.

Read the rest of the story here.  Get more details of the suspicious landmark law that will more than likely sweep the country.

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