Baltimore City Councilwoman Shannon Sneed wants to make sure that doesn’t happen at the city level. She has introduced legislation that would stop requiring the city to test job applicants for marijuana unless they are candidates for a safety-related position. That means people looking to get jobs with the fire department or health department and those positions that require a driver’s license, such as a trash truck collection, would still be screened. Everyone else would not. We think that is a pretty reasonable proposal, particularly given that many private companies have already abandoned such testing.