Late last month, we reported that a potentially groundbreaking case involving medical marijuana patient Brandon Coats
, a quadriplegic fired by DISH after a positive drug test
, is headed to the Colorado Supreme Court. In the meantime, the Colorado branch of NORML (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws) is developing drug-testing guidelines for employees, whether they're patients or recreational users -- and members on this mission are using a progressive policy in Boulder as a starting point. Details below.