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Impairment was never the issue either when employers are able to test if you have used it in the last month


I agree with this. For a long time, testing and enforcement very much centred around the legality and attitude associated with its use. I'm sure it still does for many.

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I've wondered this exact thing for awhile. I was a chronic user for years. I quit solely because of my job, having that worry in the back of my mind drove me nuts. I haven't smoked in years now. Depending on how employment testing is changed/implemented I may start smoking recreationally again (that's if it will ever become legal lol)

I know some companies swab your mouth for THC, I've heard it will test positive if you've smoked in the last 12 hours, and negative anything over 12 hours. I could be completely wrong.



With the current legal status, I wonder if companies can make an exception with prescription holders? If you can hold prescriptions for harder medications, I don't see why it would be a problem IMO.

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