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    California Workers Who Use Marijuana Off-the-Clock Won’t Be Penalized

    Beginning January 1, 2024, California workers who use marijuana during their off-time will no longer be penalized. This is one of many cannabis-related bills that will go into effect next year. Under the new legislation, employers cannot penalize employees for using cannabis off the clock in private areas. This is a major victory for cannabis advocates and users alike! With this new law, California is leading the way in sensible cannabis reform. Hopefully, other states will follow suit and pass similar legislation.

    Cannabis reform is a hot topic right now, with more and more states legalizing the drug for medicinal and recreational use. This new law in California is a major step forward and sets a precedent for other states to follow. It’s important that employers cannot penalize employees for using cannabis off the clock, as it should be treated like any other legal substance. If you live in a state where cannabis is legal, have you faced any penalties from your employer for using it? Let us know in the comments below! Thanks for reading!

    What do you think about this new law in California? Do you think other states will follow suit? Let us know in the comments below! Thanks for reading!

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