Effective July 26, 2018, Oklahomans will be able to legally use medicinal marijuana under state law. The change follows a June 26, 2018 ballot measure, State Question 788, approved by 56% of voters. Oklahoma’s new law, cheekily coded 63 Okla. Stat. § 420 et seq., expands the prior permissible use of cannabidiol (CBD)
Weight Discrimination In The Workplace May Be Legal, But Is It a Sound Business Practice?
Posted in HEAL®: Health Employment and Labor
Written by: Greta Ravitsky
A Texas hospital has recently been the subject of much media coverage due to its controversial hiring policy that bars overweight applications from consideration. Per the hiring policy, which was instituted last year at the Citizens Medical Center in Victoria, the hospital would only consider potential employees with a…