Welfare drug-testing yields 2% positive results [only 2%]
instead of the huge percentage Perry and his legislative buddies had predicted.
According to theygaveusarepublic.com, Perry still wins, because "the company he co-founded and signed over to his wife when he became Governor started testing applicants" once the law was passed. So whether it's the applicant or the state paying for the test, the company doing the tests makes a bundle of money. Sweet.