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December 1, 2014 9:59 PM

Kansas is testing few welfare recipients for drugs

After four months, a new Kansas law for testing welfare applicants for drugs is off to a sluggish start, only testing 20 applicants. State officials concede the early numbers are low. But they say testing will increase as staffers become more comfortable with the standards for referring welfare applicants for drug testing.

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