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How Changing Marijuana Laws Impact Your Business

Marijuana laws are changing rapidly and your business might be affected.

Just because marijuana is legal many places in the United States does not mean everyone is going to start showing up to work high. There are some places where drug testing laws have shifted to protect workers who use marijuana during off-hours, and many employers are happy to oblige this shift.

Whether you are an employee looking for the best place to live as a marijuana user or an employer struggling to understand what legalization means for your business, it pays to brush up on the current state of the laws. Learn more about marijuana laws by state below!

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