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The vast majority (94%) of HR professionals at organizations with operations in states in which marijuana use is legal for either medical or medical/recreational use indicated they have a formal, written substance use policy in place. Formal, written policies that specifically address marijuana use were more prevalent in organizations with operations in states where marijuana is legal for both recreational and medical use than in organizations with operations in states where marijuana is legal for medical use only (39% versus 22%).
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