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Oregon bill would make it illegal to fire someone for off-duty marijuana use

“A bill introduced in the Oregon senate would mean no more tests for cannabis use as a condition for employment and no more fear that casual use of the now-legal-in-Oregon substance could cost you your job.”

Senate Bill 301, first read on Jan. 7, 2017, “provides that conditioning employment on refraining from using any substance that is lawful to use in this state is unlawful employment practice.” This bill would make marijuana use legally similar to tobacco use, meaning as long as consumption doesn’t happen during work hours or interfere with work duties, it would be illegal to fire someone or not hire someone based on casual use.

Original Article (Oregonian):
Oregon bill would make it illegal to fire someone for off-duty marijuana use
Artwork Fair Use: Prof. Dr. Lore Kutschera

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