420 With CNW - California Bill Seeks To Curtail Cannabis Employment Protections For Safety-Sensitive Jobs


(MENAFN- Investor Brand Network) A recent bill in California that was originally intended to amend the state's current rules protecting workers from discrimination based on their use of legal cannabis has undergone substantial changes to
rescind the protections for several workers , including those in animal control, law enforcement and coroners' offices.

The initial measures passed in 2022 and 2023 limited the use of punitive measures against workers for marijuana use while they were off duty and...

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