New York's Medical Marijuana Law: What Does it Mean for School Bus Contractors
7/1/2017| Reference Number : 73.2| Human Resources
, School Bus
, Legislative/Regulatory | Compassionate Care Act
, Drug and Alcohol
, Medical Marijuana
, NY PUB HEALTH § 3361
, NY PUB HEALTH § 3369
, 21 U.S.C. § 811
, 49 CFR 392.4
, Garcia v. Tractor Supply Company
, Curry v. Miller Coors Inc.
, Steele v. Stallion Rockies Ltd. | |
In 2014 New York legalized medical marijuana with passage of the Compassionate Care Act (CCA). This NY state law allows doctors to prescribe marijuana in a non-smokable form to patients with serious ailments that are recognized by the state on a predefined list of conditions. New York is one of twenty-nine states in the U.S. to have legalized marijuana. But, all of the state laws legalizing marijuana are in conflict with current federal law. This article discusses the conflict of the New York law and federal law as it relates to school bus contractors and their drivers.
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