I am finishing my degree in a healthcare field and worried that my MMJ card will interfere with employment. I know there are some laws in place, but does that only apply to employers who are based in RI? What about contracting companies for healthcare travelers (choosing locations in RI)? I only need it at night, but if it will cost me a job, it will make a big enough difference that I won't be functioning as well during the day without my nighttime medication.
Here are some scholarly links on the topic.
The situation will likely be specific to your prospective employer.
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