What is your view on this? Do you think it should be a requirement in all states?
I don't and never have done any drugs, I am also a Christian...BUT I think this is a little unfair. I don't know all the rules about it (if you wish to inform me, please do so) but I think everyone should receive help when they need it. What if someone wants to get clean? What if that person if an addict but has children to take care of? There would be the case in which an addict could be an unfit parent but what if it was just marijuana, will it prevent you from getting help? I understand why people can see this as a good thing but I don't think it is, the number of homeless people will probably increase and crime rate as well.
I just think that being an addict is an illness and instead of denying them from welfare, they should offer more help.