New Cannabis Policy Takes Effect October 1st
Earlier this year, the Michigan Civil Service Commission unanimously agreed to remove marijuana from the pre-employment drug testing protocols. The new policy takes effect on October 1, and impacts about two-thirds of the jobs within the state government. Pre-employment marijuana testing will still be required for about 14,000 of the 48,000 state jobs that are deemed sensitive, such as jobs that require a commercial driver’s license, jobs in law enforcement or corrections, jobs providing healthcare services, and jobs that involve handling hazardous materials.
For more information contact Joslin Monahan or any of the members in our Cannabis Practice.