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California to Confront Regulatory Hurdles After Pot Vote

11.9.16

The article, “California to Confront Regulatory Hurdles After Pot Vote,” featured in The Recorder, discussed how Californians voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to legalize recreational use of marijuana, opening the doors to a new, multibillion-dollar marketplace and launching a scramble to create regulations within a year.

Jim McDonald addressed legal rules surrounding marijuana in the workplace.

"It's important for employers to remind their employees that in spite of what they might read or hear in the media, nothing changes in terms of the workplace policy on drugs," said Jim McDonald. "Because marijuana is going to be more freely available it would be a good idea for employers to work with supervisors on how to detect signs of marijuana impairment."

To read the full article, please visit The Recorder [subscription required].

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