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Republicans should rethink their approach to food stamp policy in the wake of Rep. Trey Radel’s recent drug arrest, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Tuesday.

Radel, a freshman Florida Republican, was arrested in Washington on Oct. 29 for possession of cocaine. Pelosi characterized the scandalous episode as “really interesting” coming “on the heels of the Republicans voting to make sure that everybody who had access to food stamps was drug tested.”

“It’s, like, what? To get food stamps you have to be drug tested?” Pelosi said in an interview with Buzzfeed at a bar in Washington’s Adams Morgan neighborhood. “And so I hope that it will humanize, shall we say, their thinking about some subjects.”