Citigroup is reevaluating its policy on testing job applicants for marijuana use as Wall Street banks weigh whether to work with the industry, a representative confirmed. Last week, the New York City Council passed a bill that would bar most employers in the city from forcing job applicants to take drug tests for marijuana use. The move would affect banks headquartered in New York City. A representative for Goldman Sachs told Business Insider the bank tested job applicants for some drug use but not marijuana. Morgan Stanley doesn't test applicants for drug use.