Pennsylvania's governor has a new explanation for high unemployment rates. He says many of the unemployed can't pass a simple drug test.
In a recent radio talk show, Gov. Tom Corbett said that while some of the state's issue with unemployment is a result of training for the new century's jobs, another has to do with applicants' abilities to pass a drug test.
"We can't find anybody that has passed a drug test in a while," Corbett told PAMatters.com that employers have explained to him. Corbett relayed this on its live show.
The governor said it is a "serious problem."