As medical marijuana gains traction as a treatment option for a host of conditions including chronic pain and other conditions, Canadian employers could find themselves grappling with a sticky issue.
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.
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Medical marijuana use continues to grow in Canada which has led to questions about whether it's appropriate to take it at work.
In states where marijuana is now legal, many people still have small-scale possession convictions on their records. Advocates for "expungement" face uphill battles, from Washington state to Washington, DC
Michigan Court of Appeals rules that workers who use medical marijuana should get unemployment compensation if fired for a positive drug test
Investigators at John Hopkins University assessed the impact of second-hand marijuana smoke.
If you're reading this at work right now, there's a pretty good chance you're high.
You're not being paranoid: Even in Washington and Colorado, smoking a legal joint after work could still get an employee fired.