Voters in four states took up the issue of marijuana use when they went to the polls November 6, and the results will have an impact on employers. In two states—Missouri and Utah—voters approved measures to allow medical use of marijuana. Voters in two other states—Michigan and North Dakota—voted on recreational use of marijuana, with Michigan voters saying yes and North Dakota voters saying no. Here’s a look at each state.
While the Utah medical marijuana measure late on election night seemed certain to pass, it will be up to state lawmakers