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Zero tolerance of drug use is the workplace norm in Arizona, but the medical-marijuana law that takes effect next year will cloud what had been a clear-cut issue for workers and employers. [After a close vote, Arizona voters in November passed Proposition 203, the Arizona Medical Marijuana Act, making Arizona the 15th state to pass legislation legalizing the use of marijuana for medical purposes.]

If a supervisor suspects that using marijuana for medical reasons affects the quality of an employee’s work, how should the supervisor respond?

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