Medical marijuana is legal in Colorado. Even just plain pot is legal there, but you can still lose your job for using it. And Colorado's not alone.
The man who lost his job after bragging on KREM 2 News about being the first person to legally buy marijuana said Monday he hoped to prove that not all marijuana users are bad employees.
A woman in New Mexico is suing a company she says fired her for failing a drug test, even though she had a state-issued medical marijuana card.
You're not being paranoid: Even in Washington and Colorado, smoking a legal joint after work could still get an employee fired.
The 30-year-old was featured on the local news after he camped out Monday night to be the first person to buy legal weed in the Eastern Washington city.
The state attorney general’s office says Coloradans do not have a right to use marijuana off-the-job, siding with a satellite television company in its firing of a medical-marijuana patient.
Medicinal pot is legal in the state. So why are workers being canned for using marijuana?
Colorado employers can legally fire marijuana users from their jobs, the state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday in a 2-1 decision.
A federal appeals court says Michigan law doesn’t stop employers from firing people who use medical marijuana.