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Proposed bill would ensure Colorado workers aren’t fired for smoking pot

State lawmakers want to ensure workers aren’t fired for smoking pot. A bill introduced in the Colorado House would tweak state law to make sure employers can’t terminate someone for smoking marijuana, which is legal in the state, while off duty, even though it’s not legal on the federal level. The House Business Affairs and Labor Committee is expected to consider the revision, according to our content sponsors at KFKA-Metro.

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