GCP/COSE did not take a formal position on the medical marijuana legislation that is now Ohio law. Our members instead sought to enhance employer rights and GCP/COSE worked to secure protections included in the legislation. Those protections, for example, state employers can still establish and enforce drug testing, drug-free workplace, and zero-tolerance drug policies.
In addition to this sole employer role, Medical Marijuana Advisory Committee membership will include members who represent: pharmacists, physicians, local law enforcement. labor, mental health treatment; nurses, caregivers, patients, agriculture; the treatment of alcohol and drug addiction, and academic research.
How should your business prepare for medical marijuana in Ohio? Read more here.