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Can My Job Still Fire Me For Getting High on My Own Time? Your Arizona Legal Weed Questions Answered

We asked an attorney some of the biggest questions about recreational weed in Arizona. Recreational marijuana is now legal thanks to Arizona voters. However, legal weed seems to have brought more questions than answers, ranging from where you can smoke to getting your hands on seeds to start growing plants at home. The Copper Courier...

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How High: What Arizonans Need to Know About Weed and Driving

Tl;dr: Drugs and cars still shouldn’t mix.  The legalization of recreational marijuana seemed to bring more questions than answers — especially when it comes to driving. How high is too high to drive? Is the smell of marijuana in a car alone enough to get someone arrested on suspicion of a DUI? Can a passenger...

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What to Expect for Arizona’s First Year of Legal Weed

Recreational weed is legal, but state health officials are still working to finalize the details before sales start. Recreational weed has officially been legal in Arizona for nearly three weeks now.  The passing of Prop 207 during the recent election means it’s legal for adults over the age of 21 to possess up to an...

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Recreational Weed May Be Legal, But Some Arizona Cities Have More Rules Than Others

Prop 207 gave cities the right to make decisions about limiting recreational marijuana operations and some are taking full advantage of that. Marijuana is now legal statewide and recreational sales are slated to start next year. But cities across the state are voting in new restrictions that could make it harder for some to get...

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Blaze On: Recreational Marijuana Is Officially Legal in Arizona

But don’t light up that joint just yet—there are still a few details you need to know first.

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Fighting for the Post Office Is Fighting for My Life

Opinion: Receiving medications by mail isn’t just convenient, it’s crucial to my health.

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COVID-19 Treatment Is Expensive. Under Biden’s Plan, Patients Wouldn’t Have to Pay for It.

Think Trump promised free COVID-19 coverage? Think again. Several drug companies are looking to make a profit, and the costs are likely be handed to the patient—with Trump's approval.