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Thin Plastic Shields Soldiers From IED

Thin Plastic Shields Soldiers From IED

Client SKYDEX on Fox News. 

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Can An Employee Be High On The Job?

Can An Employee Be High On The Job?

by Ryan Warner It seems pretty straightforward: An employee comes to work high, and they’re fired. Even with marijuana being legal in Colorado, businesses still have the right to make that call. It says so in Amendment 64. And a recent court ruling affirms a company’s right to fire -- even for medical marijuana use. But some b

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Why is this Denver attorney giving away free rolling papers?

Ricardo Baca, writing for the Cannabist at the Denver Post, writes: As we consider the titular question above – “Why is this Denver attorney giving away freerolling papers?” — our mind goes to a cynical place immediately. “An attorney is giving away rolling papers to market his own services, right?” Right — for the

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'Operation: Turkey Sandwich' Takes Care of People Working Thanksgiving

KDVR Denver - Sometimes they are the “forgotten ones” … People who have to work on Thanksgiving. Members and non-members of House for All Sinners and Saints Lutheran Church were busy packing sack lunches for those very people. Dozens of turkey sandwiches were made, along with a side of stuffing and dessert. The sandwich

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Attorneys: Colorado marijuana ruling should ease employers’ concerns

Attorneys: Colorado marijuana ruling should ease employers’ concerns

Colorado employers should feel more secure in enforcing their drug policies against marijuana use after the Colorado Court of Appeals held recently that an employee can be fired for testing positive for medical marijuana — even if that use occurred offsite and was legal under state law, local employment attorneys say. In Coats

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