BRIDGETON, N.J. (AP) — A federal courtroom decide has dominated that a New Jersey enterprise doesn’t have to waive its obligatory drug testing requirement for a employee who makes use of medical hashish.
Daniel Cotto had filed a discrimination lawsuit towards Bridgeton-based Ardagh Glass final yr.
He was a forklift operator there for six years earlier than he was let go in August 2017.
Cotto stated he had informed firm officers when he was employed that he used medical marijuana for ache from a 2007 damage. After being harm on the job in November 2016, he claimed the corporate wouldn’t let him return to work until he submitted to breathalyzer and urine screenings.
The firm argued that the state’s medical marijuana regulation doesn’t require employers to waive drug checks for substances which might be unlawful underneath federal regulation.