DENVER – It's a point on which a lot of Colorado employers remain hazy: whether to make their drug-testing policies more stringent in the wake of Amendment 64.

The question is expected to confront even more employers across the country in the next few years as the movement to legalize recreational uses of marijuana catches fire.

So far, just Colorado and Washington state have gone that far. But more than a dozen additional states — from Utah to Maryland — have legislation pending to legalize the recreational use of the drug.

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