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Should welfare recipients be tested for drugs?

Results from Nationals

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Welfare Drug Testing Poll Results for Nationals

Yes

279 votes

84%

No

54 votes

16%

Distribution of answers submitted by Nationals.

4 Yes answers
3 No answers
1 overlapping answers

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Learn more about Welfare Drug Testing

In 2014 the government denied a proposal to subject welfare recipients to drug testing. Proponents including Liberal-National Party MP George Christensen argued that anyone receiving taxpayer funded benefits should be able to demonstrate that they are drug-free. Opponents, including Greens MP Adam Bandt, argued that if welfare recipients were subject to testing MPs should be as well.  See recent welfare drug tests news

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