I'm in Michigan where we've had weed legalized for medicinal use for a while. They just recently made weed legal for recreational use too. Does this mean that employers cannot test for it or at least can no longer deny you a job if you test positive? I know they don't test for alcohol so it's not too much of a stretch to think they shouldn't be testing for weed. As an aside, before pot was legal for recreation, an orthopedic surgeon in our community was caught with a small amount in his car which he said was for pain, but the community pretty much ostracized him and the group he was with had to 'recreate' the office under a new name due to public outcry. I'm not yet sure how I feel about that - you generally don't want your surgeon to be under the influence of pot or alcohol while he cuts you up, but again, comparing pot to alcohol seems to point in the direction of 'it's OK to use' as long as you use it responsibly.