How does the logic follow in these times for pre-employment drug tests? Obviously there are legal places that one can participate in this kind of activity, and so, should employment drug screening take that into consideration? Even the concept is kind off strange to me because psychoactive affects are not pertinent to the drug being in your system so shouldn't the drug screening be concerned with continued use after you are hired. ie. drug test 30 days after hire date. Or initial test at hiring but follow up test to be sure there is not continued use according to company policy.... for that matter have the employee pay for the second test if needed as a condition for employment. I guess that it seems weird that they can/should be concerned with something legal that you may be doing before you are under the jurisdiction of company policy. Is this a sort of character judgment for doing something legal... Fact: alcohol withdrawals can be much more disruptive than MJ withdrawals (there is not even peer reviewed, consistent, evidence of physical withdrawals for weed). Alcohol abuse and dependencies aren't even asked about in pre-employment screenings let a lone tested for. I only bring up the comparison because it is also a legal activity that appears to lack the same stigma even though the reality is worse. Curious as to how you guys see it.