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SB 301 would protect a worker’s right to use marijuana off the clock

SB 301 would protect a worker’s right to use marijuana off the clock

Nate Hanson | January 27, 2017

A bill filed in the Oregon legislature would protect employees from being fired for marijuana use outside of working hours.

Senate Bill 301 looks to extend the protections of lawful tobacco use during an employee’s time away from work to also include marijuana.

The bill would also make it illegal for a company to not hire someone due to lawful marijuana use.

In part, the bill reads:

SB 301 would protect a worker’s right to use marijuana off the clock






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