Missouri's New Marijuana Laws: What it Means for Nonprofit Employers
What do Missouri's new marijuana laws mean for your nonprofit?
In November 2022, Missouri passed Amendment 3, making it legal to purchase, possess, and sell marijuana. This spring, recreational sales begin.
The recent changes in marijuana laws have left many employers scratching their heads and asking questions like:
- Can employers still require pre-employment drug tests?
- Can you be fired for using marijuana off work?
- What if I'm a Kansas employer, but my employee lives in Missouri and uses marijuana?
If you have questions about what changed, what it means for employers, and what we should keep our eye on as this new regulation unfolds, join Shelly Freeman, JD with FineLine HR to learn how this change affects your nonprofit.
As a Founding Member of FineLine HR Consulting (“FineLine”), Shelly Freeman brings a unique combination of experiences that benefit her clients. She has more than 30 years of experience as a labor and employment attorney, including as a winning trial lawyer.
Shelly counsels and consults with employers on the full range of human resource issues; conducts independent investigations; provides dispute resolution services for harassment, discrimination and other serious employee complaints; and develops and conducts management and supervisory training on HR-related topics for companies throughout the country.
After more than a decade as a Labor & Employment lawyer, Shelly was the Director of Corporate and Field Human Resources for a multi-unit retailer with locations across the country. She is the Past President of SHRM-KC (formerly Human Resource Management Association of Greater Kansas City), a SHRM affiliate and Superior HR Merit Chapter.
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Wednesday Apr 26, 2023
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM CDT
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