Navigating the ever-changing landscape of marijuana law can be daunting, especially for employers and insurers. In this article, I will discuss the current status of the law, the implications of marijuana use under today's standards, possible changes to the law, and what the future may hold for workers' compensation claims.
To understand the impact of marijuana on the workers’ compensation industry, we must understand what it is. Marijuana is a psychoactive drug produced by the cannabis sativa plant. Marijuana has over 480 components.
Components of marijuana
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