New Jersey’s Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee has given unanimous approval to legislation that would explicitly prohibit employers from firing or discriminating against an employee for participating in the state’s medical cannabis program. Under the proposed law (Senate Bill 3162), which was passed 6 to 0, employers can only fire an individual …
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