By Mark Williams
In about six months, Ohioans will be able to legally use medical marijuana if they have a condition or disease that qualifies them for that.
But using it might put their jobs at risk.
Ohio’s medical-marijuana law is loaded with protections for companies that want to stick with zero-tolerance policies when it comes to drugs, including marijuana.
“Most (employers), they’re going to prohibit it for now, and they’ll let employees know they run the risk of being terminated,” predicted Justin Breidenbach, an assistant professor of accounting at Ohio Wesleyan University who studies the marijuana industry.
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