Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Megan Vaniman

Megan is an experienced employment law attorney who works in Harris Bricken’s Portland office. Her practice is focused on employment advising, employment and labor litigation, and business litigation.

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Here’s What You Should Know If You’re Caught Driving While High

The National Survey on Drug Use and Health says there were more than 10,000 alcohol-impaired driving deaths in 2018, but it's unknown how many of those marijuana contributed to.

Smuggling Weed In From A Legal State? Don’t Get Caught By Doing This

Interstate marijuana trafficking is about to become more widespread in the Midwest now that legalization has taken hold in Illinois and Michigan for adults 21 and older.

Is It Possible For Medical Marijuana To Go Bad?

Like foods and beverages, most medications are felt to have limited shelf lives, but does the same apply to medical cannabis? 

This Is How To Know When It Might Be Time To Lay Off Marijuana

For those of you worried about whether you might be too dependent, here are three signs that it might be time to lay off the weed.

Eating Raw Marijuana Won’t Get You High, But Here’s What It Will Do

Raw marijuana doesn't have THC, but this doesn't mean that the the plant in it's natural state isn't healthy or worth trying out.

The Fascinating Role Marijuana Plays In Sex

Experts have some fascinating news about weed and our sex drives, and it's not quite what we all expected.

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Why A Big Win For The LGBT Community Matters To Marijuana Companies

The Trump administration is known for its hostility toward marijuana. It’s also known for its hostility toward the LGBT community.

Will California Protect Off-Work Medical Marijuana Use?

 Thirty states and the District of Columbia have laws that legalize marijuana for adult recreational use and/or medical use. Many of those states also protect employees’ off-work use of medical marijuana.