State Laws and Regulations Regarding Marijuana Testing
State Cannabis Policy Enactment Database
It’s vital for employers to stay up to date with evolving cannabis and employment laws to avoid potential discrimination lawsuits.
There is no federal law that prevents marijuana drug testing, and many states leave the decision up to the individual employer.
The National Conference of State Legislatures brings you up-to-date information for enacted state cannabis legislation in the 50 states, District of Columbia and territories.
You can search for enacted legislation starting in 2022 by state, topic, keyword, year and primary sponsor using the database below.
Cannabis topics included in this database include medical programs, nonmedical adult use programs, hemp/CBD, justice-related issues, business licensing, local control, public health and research, product regulations, tax and revenue allocations or other keywords. Comprehensive measures may be marked with more than one topic.
Bill information in the database is updated at least twice a month. New measures are added as identified by NCSL staff.
The National Cannabis Industry Association is an American non-profit organization based in the District of Columbia, with an additional office in Denver, Colorado. NCIA is the largest cannabis trade association in the U.S. and the only organization representing state-sanctioned cannabis-related businesses at the federal level.