Don't Allow Marijuana Use as Reasonable Accommodation to Disability

Don't Allow Marijuana Use as Reasonable Accommodation to Disability



Since 1996, 16 states and the District of Columbia have enacted laws that allow certain medical uses of marijuana despite the federal prohibition against its use. In May 2011, Delaware became the most recent state to pass medical marijuana legislation. Under Delaware's law, qualifying patients will be referred to state-licensed and regulated “compassion centers,” which will be responsible for growing, cultivating, and dispensing the marijuana.

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