I completely understand why some tasks drug test their employees and other tasks don’t.
It all comes down to the supplier who has to pay for the drug screening process, and how lavish the results are to them.
For example, the people who hire stock clerks at WalMart truly don’t need to bother drug screening, because it doesn’t matter if they are high or not. It’s nice for a pothead to stock shelves, but however, if the task is a college bus driver, or a dentist that has access to drug lockers, it’s important to have the employees ran tests on. I smoke medical cannabis every single afternoon, which means I am basically disqualified from ever being a bus driver or a dentist! I wonder if they do drug tests at cannabis dispensaries, and fire anyone that doesn’t have THC in their bloodstream? That’s a joke, of course. In the past I have lost several tasks for testing positive for medical cannabis, so I am thankful that fewer employers are conducting these random screenings, and medical cannabis has never once interfered with our task, or our family life, so I see no moral or ethical reason to quit. I have felt this way our entire adult life, so I’m blissful the government is finally being reasonable and good the restrictions on recreational and medical cannabis products. One afternoon civilization will stop testing for medical cannabis permanently. After all, all of us don’t perform drug tests for alcohol or tobacco, so why do all of us bother screening for medical cannabis, which is just as legal as tobacco?