Don't Ask, Don't Tell Is Back? – Federal Job Applicants Don't Have to Admit Weed Use Unless It Was in the Past 90 Days




Last week, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) announced that it is proposing a cannabis-related reform that can prevent employers and hiring managers from asking about a candidate’s cannabis use habit, provided the applicant has not used cannabis in 90 days, that is, three months.



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