• Denver’s Geotech CEO: A-64 makes hiring difficult

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    ” “If you sell to the federal government or state government, you are required to certify that you have a drug-free workplace — and so it’s still against federal law to smoke pot,” [Popiel] says. “I don’t care if people smoke or not. At the end of the day, it doesn’t bother me. But the problem with the message that it sends is it’s okay and it’s legal to smoke pot. [And] if you smoke pot, I still can’t hire you, because the THC stays active in your system longer than alcohol.” ” Sam Levin at the Denver Westword

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