Companies in Denver Allowed to Fire Employees for Legal Marijuana Use

State law in Colorado says that employers are still legally allowed to fire their employees for using marijuana whether at work or off-duty, according to The Denver Post. The law allows companies to use any drug policies they see fit, even though it is legal in the state for adults to have and use m...

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Colorado’s Projections on Revenue from Marijuana Proves Legalization Pays

Colorado’s budget proposal published on Wednesday estimated the state’s marijuana industry could reach $1 billion in sales with sales of recreational marijuana constituting $61...

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Colorado’s Legal Pot Industry $14 Million First Month

 

According to figures released by the state Department of Revenue, during the first month of recreational marijuana sales, Colorado’s...

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Colorado’s Marijuana Measure Can Be Used to Challenge Past Convictions

The Colorado Court of Appeals has ruled that convictions for possessing small amounts of marijuana that were pending appeal when Amendment 64 took effect are eligible to be reverse...

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Hershey Sues TinctureBelle LLC for Marijuana Edibles That Resemble Classic Candies

 

A edibles manufacturer has been sued by the Hershey Co., according to the Daily Mail. The lawsuit claims that the company makes four ...

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Tax Attorney Matthias M. Edrich Joins Greenberg Traurig

Greenberg Traurig LLP announced in a press release that noted tax attorney Matthias Edrich has joined the law firm as a shareholder to support the firm’s Public Finance practice. Edrich is based in the Boston and Denver offices but serves clients nationally.

He advises state and local governments and nonprofit and...

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Colorado Supreme Court to Decide Whether Marijuana Use is Lawful

Summary: The Colorado Supreme Court heard oral arguments this week as to whether an employee could be fired for using medical marijuana, centering on whether such use of the drug was lawful.

The highest court in Colorado will determine whether an employee can be terminated from his job f...

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Same-Sex Couples Allowed to Marry in Colorado

Summary: Colorado has begun issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples after the Supreme Court refused to hear the appeals of states that sought to enforce same-sex marriage bans.

It’s official: Same-sex marriages are now legal in the state of Colorado, according to KKTV.com. On Tuesd...

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