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MFIP Drug Testing reform - HF1987

Via MN House website, Feb 25 2014:

Random drug testing requirements for the Minnesota Family Investment Program could see some changes by the end of the legislative session.

Currently, in certain cases, those convicted of a felony drug offense must undergo random drug testing to participate in the program. The requirement took effect in July 2013; however, Rep. Rena Moran (DFL-St. Paul) wants to change the provision so that it is no longer required but permitted if the county chooses to administer the drug test.

The House Health and Human Services Policy Committee held over HF1987 Tuesday for possible omnibus bill inclusion.


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