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NewsOK: Oklahoma's drug screening of welfare applicants proves costly

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Efforts to identify and prevent Oklahomans using illegal drugs from receiving certain taxpayer-financed welfare benefits cost the state more than $82,700 in the first seven months after a new law took effect. The net result was 83 adults were denied benefits. Read the rest of this post on the original site »

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