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.
San Francisco may be a union town, but that doesn't mean it's necessarily easy for a union business to open up shop.
Organizations that profit from the drug war would see it continue indefinitely
Medical-marijuana dealers in two states seeking legitimacy for their industry have voted to join a union, offering prospects for private-sector expansion to the stagnating U.S. labor movement.
Colorado medical marijuana dispensaries are looking to a boost in political clout after joining the United Food and Commercial Workers Union.
San Francisco, for those who don't know, is a union town. And now the city has one more group hoping to push for its interests via strength in numbers: Drug users.
Ontario’s top court has ruled that companies cannot, without reasonable cause, require random drug tests from their unionized workers who perform safety-sensitive jobs.