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Should Welfare Recipients Be Subjected To Random Drug Testing?

HUM 3710 Ethics Instructor: Darran Hunt

Natasha Jones

on 25 September 2012

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Transcript of Should Welfare Recipients Be Subjected To Random Drug Testing?

Should Welfare Recipients Be Subjected To Drug Testing? Is this matter ethical? History Welfare really started to developed in the 1930's during the Great Depression Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR) had an idea The Social Security Act was developed August 18, 1935 Social Security Act was followed by the "Aid to Families with Dependent Children" (AFDC) In August of 1996 President Bill Clinton signed the Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act under what is known today as Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) Provision were also made during the Bush Administration Provisions were made to (TANF) The Hot Topic The New Provisions of Welfare Drug Testing to Receive Benefits Yes or No? Debate The My Reflection's Argument Closing Contested Issues Many believe that the testing will help keep people off drugs
Many believe that it will save taxpayers money
Working people believe if they should be tested for employment then welfare recipients should be tested also Many others believe this action will not help people stay off drugs
Many believe that it will cost taxpayers more money
Many others like the ACLU believes that it stigmatizes welfare recipients
Others believes that if violates privacy laws I personal feel that there would be more to lose then gain for both sides
I feel that this does stigmatizes welfare recipients as being addicts
I feel that it is unethical to violates a persons rights to privacy
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