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Wyoming’s poor need higher wages, not drug-testing for “welfare”

This year, a bill was introduced — eventually defeated — to require Wyoming’s poor to submit to drug-testing as a condition to receiving public aid. Rodger McDaniel, former director of the Wyoming Department of Family Services believes it isn't an issue about money, but people.

ESPC: Public Assistance Drug-Testing Bill Killed

ESPC: Public assistance drug-testing killed; Job safety bill advances; Coal tax break dies in procedural move

On Monday, Mar. 5, Dan Neal of the Equality State Policy Center wrote about the demise of a bill to require drug testing for

ESPC: Need for drug tests questioned

ESPC: Need for drug tests questioned; Sending message trumps lack of need for bill, sponsor says

On Wednesday, Feb.29, Dan Neal of the Equality State Policy Center wrote about a bill to require drug testing for those applying for public