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June 10, 2012
IMO, I don't think it's too much to ask that people that receive welfare payments agree not to violate the law by taking illegal drugs.
Tides are turning when the left coast is starting to cut social programs! Maybe there is hope!
Great idea. Why did it take this long?
I think it should be titled, California is pushing their Welfare to Work Program. Before I actually read the article, I was saying Damn, their just starting this?
Agreed, this is long overdue.
It's about d#*n time. This should be happening in all states.
About time! Now let's make this across the board in all 50 States and in our Federal Govt...
Sad that they have to "push" folks to work isn't it? Good job CA!
Sounds like the start of a good plan.
This is long past due to be put into action.
Well wow what a novel concept . They should also make them take drug test as well.
Being a day laborer is having a job, no?!?!?!?!
A job,what a novel concept.THat should scare half of them back accross the border.
Their only needy because of the free bus ride that's been going on for years......Chop Chop!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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