~Following My Own Flow~
That's fine. I wouldn't mind a small premium to make sure welfare funds weren't wasted. Plus I would think it might still reduce costs if you withhold funds from people who do not pass or do not agree to testing.
We'd have to implement it to find out, and I'm willing to give it a shot. Besides, you could argue a laundry list of positive externalities (sorry if I had to break out an economics discussion and vocab session, Kali) that could come from those below the poverty not being on drugs, or not being subsidized (sorry again) for this bad behavior.
Me, I do mind the "premium" to ensure that your money isn't "wasted" on one of those damned poors. What, some guy happened to toke up once in the last three weeks and this makes him unworthy of help in his desperate situation?
One of you will end up here next!