Kentucky is about to make national news big time with a bill that would require a drug test for welfare recipients suspected of abusing illegal drugs.
Lonnie Napier's HB 26 now has 55 co-sponsors in the 100 member state House.
Florida passed a similar law that was blocked by a federal judge last October because it didn't limit testing to cases in which there is probable cause. A 1999 Michigan law was also thrown out for the same reason.
A similar measure is under consideration in Tennessee, but Kentucky is the one state in which someone is doing this correctly.