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Injured employee testing positive for marijuana awarded workers’ compensation benefits
With Oklahoma’s new medical marijuana laws, employers will be facing more workplace questions involving marijuana. A recent Oklahoma Court of
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New Oklahoma medical marijuana rules go into effect Friday
When Oklahoma’s new medical marijuana law goes into effect this Friday, August 30, employers will have more ways to maintain
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Medical pot and safety-sensitive positions
In March, Gov. Kevin Stitt signed into law the Unity Bill. It goes into effect in August and will permit
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Employers may soon rely on ‘safety-sensitive’ exception to medical marijuana use
On March 14, 2019, Governor Stitt signed House Bill 2612, commonly referred to as the “Unity Bill,” into law.  The
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Governor signs Unity Bill regulating medical marijuana in Oklahoma
HB 2612, the so-called “Unity Bill” which was approved overwhelmingly by the Oklahoma Legislature earlier this week, was signed into
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Firearms or marijuana? Federal law says you can’t have one with the other
With the medical marijuana licensing process now underway in Oklahoma, it might be well to consider some of the effects
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Massachusetts credit union takes plunge into banking marijuana-related businesses
By Bob Luttrell While the vast majority of U.S. banks and credit unions have opted not to offer banking services
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Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority begins processing applications
By Elizabeth L. Dalton On Saturday, August 25, the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Authority (OMMA) began processing applications for patient and
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Needs of the medical marijuana industry
The business community is abuzz with anticipation for the future of the medical marijuana industry in Oklahoma. The June election
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Governor approves OSDH’s revised medical marijuana regulations
After the passage of State Question 788 (authorizing the production, sale, and use of medical marijuana), the Oklahoma State Department
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