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Marijuana in the Workplace: The Stakes are Getting Higher

Marijuana in the Workplace: The Stakes are Getting Higher

Gary M. Feldman

Gary M. Feldman

September 17, 2019 12:53 PM

Gary Feldman and Robert Kaitz‘s article “Marijuana in the Workplace: The Stakes are Getting Higher” was published in New England In-House. The article discusses how the newfound acceptance of marijuana use in Massachusetts, along with the current state of federal law, has left employers with many uncertainties pertaining to drug-free workplace policies, drug-testing policies, and Americans with Disabilities Act compliance. Read the article in New England In-House.

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