Pot may be legal in Colorado, but you can still be fired for using it. Now, the state’s highest court is considering whether workers’ off-duty use of medical marijuana is protected under state law.
The Colorado Supreme Court is considering a marijuana-related firing case that could have big implications for the state’s pot smokers.
The state Supreme Court will hear arguments Tuesday in the case of a Colorado man fired from his job for using medical marijuana.
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Satellite TV provider Dish Network Corp. reported a second-quarter profit on Wednesday after posting a loss in the same period a year ago. The company’s results missed analysts’ expectations.
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Pot may be legal in Colorado, but you can still be fired for using it. Now Colorado’s Supreme Court has agreed to review a marijuana-related firing in a case that could have big implications for the state’s pot smokers.
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A landmark ruling Thursday could impact any working Coloradan who uses marijuana legally.
People who test positive for smoking pot can legally be fired from their job, the Colorado Court of Appeals ruled Thursday in deciding that there is no employment protection for marijuana users.