Michigan officials are moving closer to the idea of ending pre-employment cannabis testing for most government job applicants and providing those who have been penalized in the past over positive THC tests with the opportunity to have their sanctions revoked.

What Happened

The Michigan Civil Service Commission released the proposed amendments last Friday and opened a public comment period on the two policies, reported the Detroit Free Press. The comment period is open until June 23. See below for how to participate.

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