New Mexico Legalizes Recreational Pot
On April 12, 2021, New Mexico passed a law legalizing recreational marijuana. The new law legalizes the possession of and use of recreational marijuana for persons who are at least 21 years or older under certain circumstances. Legal sales could start in 2022. With regards to employers, the law does not restrict an employer’s ability... Read more »
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Encouraging Voluntary Vaccination Programs Among Employees
Employers are faced with decisions around how to manage COVID-19 vaccines in the workplace. As with most employment law issues, these decisions are complex, and Employers Council provides guidance in our FYI: COVID-19 Vaccines in the Workplace. Vaccination programs are only one element of a COVID-19 prevention program. The best choice for your organization depends... Read more »
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Changing Health Orders in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Utah, and Wyoming
ARIZONA The state of Arizona is not under any COVID restrictions as of March 25th, 2021, per Executive Order 2021-26. However, there are still some businesses that have elected to remain closed or modify hours. Businesses are also able to determine their own regulations in terms of mask-wearing and social distancing. Of course, the Phoenix Sky Harbor International... Read more »
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