Across the country roadblocks are being set up looking for drunk drivers. That's a good thing. However, random folks are being pulled over and asked to take a survey and give their blood, breath and saliva. Still can't find a link, but a man from Upper Merion, PA on his way to Disney with his family in tow was asked to take the survey for $60.00. There were police in the area only it was civilians who were collecting the data. http://www.cnn.com/2013/06/19/us/drug-survey-roadblocks Who gets the information? Where is it stored? What would these civilians do if you were a drunk driver? Jim Malcom was told they'd drive you home or set you up in a hotel.