Where it stands: Marijuana policies for each U.S. sports league – Axios

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With public support for marijuana legalization nearing unanimity, and more athletes using cannabis to treat pain, the four major U.S. sports leagues continue to reduce restrictions and punishments.
Driving the news: NBA players won't be subject to random marijuana testing this season, an extension of an agreement between the league and its players' union that began ahead of the 2020 Orlando restart.
League policies:
By the numbers: Recreational marijuana is legal in Canada and 18 states, plus D.C., while medical marijuana is legal in 38 states. That means just 22 of 124 Big Four teams (18%) are based in states where neither use is permitted:


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