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Episode 15: Drug screening unemployment recipients could help fill jobs

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Lawmakers are working to implement drug screening and testing for some workers on unemployment insurance. The state would provide training and treatment for those that need it to help place the workers in our state’s more than 86,000 open positions. Chris Reader explains why the move could help people off of addictions and our state’s economy.

Hear from Rep. Mike Rohrkaste (R-Neenah), a former human resources staffer, who says many companies are struggling to find workers as unemployment rates continue to fall.