The findings — that only 108 of the 4,086 people who took a drug test failed
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Net loss to the state, over $45,000.
Just like the Great Connecticut Witch Hunt some years back, where a million-dollar investigation to root out Disability fraud found a whopping 6 people in the whole state who were deemed capable of working (though some may have been in remission and would later again qualify for benefits).
The stereotypes of lazy addicts collecting government money continue to be disproven and the proof continues to be ignored.