Most cannabis-legal states don’t shield cannabis-consuming employees from anti-marijuana regulations at their office.

But a recent case involving a substitute teacher in a Colorado charter school begs the question: How can some educational institutions fire employees for legally using cannabis, while still taking cannabis industry tax revenue from the state?

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Bruce Kennedy ~ Leafly.com

 

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