National Association of Realtors advises agents and brokers on legal marijuana; applicable law explained by Ryan Hurley, Rose Law Group partner and director of Medical Marijuana Dept.

Lots of marijuana in a golf cart. These plants were grown using the Cannabis Training University grow method.

What’s a broker to do if one of his or her agents asks to consume on the job for medical reasons?

By Andrea V. Brambila | inman

Eight states permit recreational use of marijuana (Alaska, California, Colorado, Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington).

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So what’s a broker to do if one of his or her agents asks to consume on the job for medical reasons? Or if a broker or agent is a property manager when a tenant asks to light up?

Continued:

“In Arizona employers may not discriminate against an employee based on their status as a cardholding medical marijuana patient.  They may however prohibit use at work and being under the influence while on the job.”

~Ryan Hurley

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