Curtis Graves

Mountain States Employers Council

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Employment law attorney for the Mountain States Employers Council

Curtis Graves on KCRW

While the whole country is watching Washington State and Colorado to see how their  laws legalizing marijuana  work out, the federal government still considers pot to be an illegal…

Marijuana Can Get You Fired -- Even When It's Legal

While the whole country is watching Washington State and Colorado to see how their laws legalizing marijuana work out, the federal government still considers pot to be an illegal…

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