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October 2019 Archives

New cannabis testing devices may affect employees and employers

Minnesota, like many other states, is grappling with the changing social attitudes toward marijuana use and legislation. The possession of small amounts of cannabis has been decriminalized for decades in the state, and medicinal use of the drug is authorized for a number of hard-to-manage conditions. There's also a growing consumer preference for cannabis instead of opioids for pain control.

First responders with PTSD qualify for workers’ comp benefits

Minnesota is one of several states that has recently passed legislation providing workers’ compensation benefits for first responders suffering from PTSD. A study says fire stations, police departments, hospitals and dispatchers across the country struggle with everyday deaths as well as the national epidemic of mass shootings.

State safety report shows the danger construction workers face

A new report from the Minnesota area's Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) indicates that the construction industry is still incredibly dangerous to workers -- despite all the safety regulations that are supposed to be in force.

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