Much was written about Joseph Casias and his shortened tenure at Wal-Mart, Inc. Casias, an employee of the year winner and an honored and respected member of the Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. corporate family was diagnosed with cancer and was forced to take some time off of work. When he was scheduled to return to work, he was required to take a drug test. He volunteered that he was going to test positive for marijuana or THC — after all, he was a medical marijuana patient. He might as well have said that he hated Wal-Mart and thought that Sam Walton, the now departed founder of Wal-Mart Stores, was a communist. At least then maybe he would’ve been able to enjoy doing something worth his termination or his firing. That’s what happened to him. Fired. Terminated. Broomed. Pink Slipped. Whatever the phrase, he was canned. He sued claiming a violation of his Michigan Medcal Marijuana rights. I know his suit well. My work on behalf of a subpoenaed party took nearly a week of my life from the beginning to the end. Casias’ suit was dismissed today. The Marijuana Wars continue. They just don’t include Joseph Casias as a party or witness.
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