Banking on a more cooperative Trump administration, Governor Scott Walker wants to drug test able-bodied recipients of Wisconsin’s Food Share program. The state Legislature has 120 days to object. The Obama administration had blocked the idea previously. The governor’s office estimates about three-tenths-of-one-percent of the able-bodied adults getting the benefits will test positive, meaning the impact of the change won’t be great. The food stamp program is overseen by the state, but funded mostly by federal taxpayers. A spokesperson for Walker says he thinks Wisconsin can proceed without any action by Washington.