The leader of a south Georgia drug task force says it will disband by the end of this year due to a lack of funding. South Georgia Drug Task Force Cmdr. Bahan Rich said the unit's federal funding was cut by 55 percent.
There was a senate hearing Monday on giving drug tests to Georgians on welfare. Senator John Albers of North Fulton County says requiring welfare recipients to pass a drug test would keep struggling parents away from illegal drug.