The new White House administration recently issued revised guidelines whose purpose will be to resolve the matter on recreational cannabis use for individuals hired to fill crucial White House positions. While the use of cannabis is legal in various states and cities across the country, it is not legal under federal law, which makes it a potential basis for disqualification in acquiring security clearance.
Transition officials had earlier identified recreational cannabis use as a possible obstacle for applicants, which prompted the White House to begin waiving a requirement that would permit possible appointees in the President’s Executive Office be allowed, on a case-by-case basis. The officials stated that this waiver would only be afforded to individuals who would be occupying positions that did not need&
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