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Michigan Court of Appeals Approves Unemployment Benefits for Medical Marijuana Users

On October 23, 2014, the Michigan Court of Appeals ruled that Michigan’s Medical Marijuana Act (“MMMA”) preempts the misconduct provision of the Michigan Employment Security Act, MCLA 421.29(1)(m), which until now had disqualified employees from receiving unemployment benefits where they were terminated for failing a drug test

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