Current through L. 2023, ch. 205
Section 36-2851 - Employers; driving; minors; control of property; smoking in public places and open spaces
This chapter:1. Does not restrict the rights of employers to maintain a drug-and-alcohol-free workplace or affect the ability of employers to have workplace policies restricting the use of marijuana by employees or prospective employees.2. Does not require an employer to allow or accommodate the use, consumption, possession, transfer, display, transportation, sale or cultivation of marijuana in a place of employment.3. Does not allow driving, flying or boating while impaired to even the slightest degree by marijuana or prevent this state from enacting and imposing penalties for driving, flying or boating while impaired to even the slightest degree by marijuana.4. Does not allow an individual who is under twenty-one years of age to purchase, possess, transport or consume marijuana or marijuana products.5. Does not allow the sale, transfer or provision of marijuana or marijuana products to an individual who is under twenty-one years of age.6. Does not restrict the rights of employers, schools, day care centers, adult day care facilities, health care facilities or corrections facilities to prohibit or regulate conduct otherwise allowed by this chapter when such conduct occurs on or in their properties.7. Does not restrict the ability of an individual, partnership, limited liability company, private corporation, private entity or private organization of any character that occupies, owns or controls property to prohibit or regulate conduct otherwise allowed by this chapter on or in such property.8. Does not allow any person to: (a) Smoke marijuana in a public place or open space.(b) Consume marijuana or marijuana products while driving, operating or riding in the passenger seat or compartment of an operating motor vehicle, boat, vessel, aircraft or another vehicle used for transportation.9. Does not prohibit this state or a political subdivision of this state from prohibiting or regulating conduct otherwise allowed by this chapter when such conduct occurs on or in property that is occupied, owned, controlled or operated by this state or a political subdivision of this state.10. Does not authorize a person to process or manufacture marijuana by means of any liquid or gas, other than alcohol, that has a flashpoint below one hundred degrees fahrenheit, unless performed by a marijuana establishment.11. Does not require a person to violate federal law or to implement or fail to implement a restriction on the possession, consumption, display, transfer, processing, manufacturing or cultivation of marijuana if by so doing the person will lose a monetary or licensing-related benefit under federal law.12. Does not supersede or eliminate any existing rights or privileges of any person except as specifically set forth in this chapter.13. Does not limit any privilege or right of a nonprofit medical marijuana dispensary under chapter 28.1 of this title except as expressly set forth in this chapter.14. Does not limit any privilege or right of a qualifying patient or designated caregiver under chapter 28.1 of this title. 2020 Prop. 207, November 3, 2020.