Traditional drugs tests can show if a person has ingested marijuana, but not when. This makes it difficult for employers and law enforcement to know if the person was using while at work, while driving, …
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Michigan’s new marijuana law does not protect being under the influence at work, but other legal protections may apply
ASE is monitoring both Michigan law and employer policy and practices in response to the legalization of marijuana in this state.
Marijuana use legalization continues to sweep across the United States. Michigan adopted recreational marijuana use late in 2018, and the state is awaiting commercial licensing approval for the sale of marijuana.
According to a recent (April 23rd) case from the Michigan Appellate Court located in Ingham County, a job offer may be revoked if the applicant tests positive for marijuana, even if it is considered medical …
American Society of Employers (ASE) releases preliminary results to its drug testing and marijuana legalization survey
Michigan is the first Midwestern state to legalize the use of recreational marijuana by a vote of 56% to 44%. What does that mean for Michigan employers?
Michigan voters approved recreational marijuana: What does that mean for Michigan businesses and residents?
Michigan voters approved Proposal 1 enacting the Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act.