The state voted to legalize recreational marijuana use in 2016.
The winds of change are blowing through employee benefit plans across Canada, and they smell like weed.
The Workers Compensation Board of P.E.I. is starting to see more requests for coverage for medical marijuana.
Shoppers will be the largest private sector employer in Canada to provide medical marijuana benefits to employees.
At most offices in America, smoking a joint during your lunch break or eating cannabis-laced brownies at your desk would land you in HR.
The federal government wants to be clear with its federal employees that might live in states that have reformed their marijuana laws: Marijuana remains illegal, so don't use it.
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.
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.
Quick, name the one interest group that would love the most to partner with marijuana distributors! Did you say snack food companies? The Comedy Central network? Well, you would be wrong, fictional straw man who obviously doesn’t read article headlines before reading them. It’s labor unions! And it has been a great match, so far.
A database of everyone who has an Arizona medical-marijuana card is being well-used by employers and law enforcement officials, a report of database users shows.