Policymakers in Michigan are considering major changes to the state’s drug testing policy, particularly as it pertains to cannabis use.
The potential changes come more than four years after voters there approved a ballot measure that legalized recreational pot use for adults aged 21 and older.
In a letter sent earlier this month to human resources officers, the state Civil Service Commission asked for public comment as it mulls various tweaks to the Michigan policy.
“Recent years have seen changes across the country in state laws regulating controlled substances. Michigan voters legalized marijuana’s medicinal use in 2008 and recreational use
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