Ohio Marijuana Employer Guidelines“Recreational vs. personal” use of marijuana: We recognize that a majority of the country uses the term “recreational use” when referring to states that have legalized possession and use of limited amounts of marijuana for those over 21.
Ohio personal and medical use of marijuana.
Medical Use: The Compassionate Use Act of 1996 as amended has been found by the California Supreme Court not to apply to the workplace. The Court said:
Personal Use: On November 8, 2016, Proposition 64, known as the Adult Use of Marijuana Act passed by a margin of 57.1%. (A margin greater than medical marijuana was in 1996). The law specifically provides that employers have the right to maintain a drug and alcohol-free workplace and does not require an employer to accommodate the use, consumption, possession, transfer, display, transportation, sale, or growth of marijuana in the workplace. The law further states that it does not affect the ability of employers to have policies prohibiting the use of marijuana by employees and prospective employees, or prevent employers from complying with state or federal law.
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