Secret Service relaxes marijuana policy to help recruiting – CNNPolitics.com
(CNN)Thirty-eight days into the job, the new director of the US Secret Service, Randolph Alles, is getting to know his agency.
Alles told reporters Thursday that he’s working to grow the Secret Service, including by relaxing the agency’s drug policy on marijuana.
Instead of a policy that would disqualify an applicant who has used the drug more than a certain number of times, the agency will now use a “whole-person concept” to measure marijuana use, potentially allowing candidates who admit to marijuana use based on the last age at which they used the drug and the amount of time between then and their application to the agency.
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