Drug tests would be a massive waste of resources and would stigmatize the poor.
Wade Horn would cut travel and training first, and then hope it doesn't have to get any deeper.
For stingy countries, public works programs tend to be more effective than just handing out cash. The operative word, of course, is "tend".
In 2005, a group of 29 Republican governors sent Senate Majority Leader Bill First a letter arguing for state welfare waivers more expansive than those being issued by the Obama administration.