In the US unless you are a government employee or a union member you are employed "at will" which means you can be fired for any reason at all and for no reason. The only exception would be a discriminatory firing which does not seem to apply to your case.
A felony conviction will get you fired in most states and will prevent you from securing employment in most instances. Were you fired because of a felony drug conviction?
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Mr. Kaman is spot on. The employer can fire for any or no reason at all excepting discriminatory grounds.
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