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I quit smoking cigarettes in June but I continue to smoke marijuana. I stopped smoking Marijuana approx. Oct. 10th. I am scheduled to take a urine test at the end of October so I can prove I no longer smoke cigarettes to get the CC insurance rebate. Will Cleveland Clinic's test also reveal my usage by this time?

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You would have to ask the clinic, which would rather give the game away.

You're going to have to make a guess - and investigation - into what kind of test they're likely to use (if it's an insurance rebate, it must be well documented what test they use: check it out on wikipedia, or google it).

Then you're going to have to find out - more research, more google, into what the test detects, and what are the likelihoods of detection over any period.

If you're going to commit a crime - or seek to avoid being penalised for one - you're going to have to do the research.

Whether you should be punished is a matter for a debating society - whether you can be caught is a matter for you to research.

Good luck - and hey, tell them you just got back from Amsterdam, a private yacht offshore in international waters, your girlfriend's private jet - whatever... as far as I'm aware, it's the act, not the state of your body, that is a criminal act: I'm not saying you could, would, or should get away with it: just that there are places in the world where you can legally smoke pot: for us (I'm UK) it's Amsterdam.

So - that basically makes two criminal posts in a row, once as victim, one as perpetrator - better get my legal counsel in line: it's your life, your research, and nothing I say or do should be interpreted as condoning drug use (and I can say hand on heart it's stupid: I didn't say I hadn't done it, and don't still do it: I just wish I had all the brain cells I'd wasted over the years be doing it. Right now they'd come in handy).

So good luck, do the research, and hope it works out.
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