Even though marijuana may be legal in your state, it’s still not a great idea to hit the bong before your job interview. Regardless of state-level legality, many workplaces continue to drug test their employees and potential applicants.
Office drug testing is so commonplace in the United States that you may think the practice is deeply rooted in our culture. However, workplace drug testing has not been around as long as you may think. It wasn’t until Ronal Reagan, in an attempt to demonstrate his commitment to fighting the “War on Drugs,” issued an executive order in the 1980s, making drug screening mandatory for all federal employees that the practice became widespread.
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