SD lawmakers reject drug tests in welfare program
PIERRE (AP) -- A South Dakota House committee has killed a pair of bills that would have required people in the welfare and Medicaid programs to be tested for illegal drug use.
The panel rejected the measures after opponents said the testing would be costly and would not reduce illegal drug use.
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