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2 New Efforts To Clarify Employee Cannabis Drug Testing

Law360 (May 3, 2019, 5:28 PM EDT) -- As legalization of cannabis and cannabis-derived products spreads across the United States, a considerable patchwork of sometimes-conflicting regulatory schemes has emerged, creating significant uncertainty and increasing the cost of compliance for employers and industry participants in the United States and abroad.

This regulatory uncertainty is not limited to just those in the cannabis industry. Multistate employers are struggling to keep up with the various state and local laws blessing medical or recreational cannabis use. Many new laws and regulations even include special employment protections for marijuana users who are complying with state or local law.

In the United States, federal guidance...

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