Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Random Drug Tests for Top Paid Businessmen Who Get Frequent Tax Breaks, Like Low-Income People?

Michigan tests low income people for drugs in order to receive benefits. In a pilot program, 303 people were tested and all passed.

Now Representative Gwen Moore has introduced an "accountability bill" that would see top paid businessman privy to frequent tax breaks be required to complete drug tests at random, similar to the provision that mandates the same requirements for lower income welfare recipients.

Let's have those people on the top of the hierarchy be treated the same as lower groups they have power to control. Looks unusual, doesn't it, but a great idea!