US Supreme Court declines to weigh in on cannabis overtime pay case


Brian Skinner Marijuana policy, U.S. Supreme court

Marijuana Business Daily — October 6, 2020 How federal labor laws affect state-legal marijuana businesses could remain murky after the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to hear an overtime pay case in the cannabis sector. A petition by Helix TCS, a Colorado cannabis security firm, for the Supreme Court to review the case was denied, Law360.com reported. Employee Robert Kenney …Read More

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