Marijuana Sample Clauses

Marijuana. The planting and growth and consumption of cannabis is prohibited on the premises by the tenant(s) or guests without prior written consent of the Owner/Agent.
Marijuana. In addition to the above, employees must comply at all times with all federal and state statutes and regulations regarding the illegal use of drugs. It is important to note that marijuana is an illegal drug under the federal Controlled Substances Act, which means that it has no acceptable medical use under federal law. Therefore, any on or off duty use of marijuana which is inconsistent with the “prohibited conductlisted above will be considered a violation of this policy, even if an employee has a prescription for the use of marijuana under the Oregon Medical Marijuana Act.
Marijuana. It is prohibited to possess, use, or distribute marijuana for recreational use in any Colorado School of Mines apartment, Colorado School of Mines-owned property or in any public area of Colorado School of Mines as described in the Mines Alcohol and Other Drugs Education and Prevention Policy. Possession of a valid and appropriately held Medical Marijuana Registry identification card does not authorize a Resident or their family members, dependents, and/or guests, to possess, use, or distribute marijuana in any Colorado School of Mines apartment, Colorado School of Mines-owned property or in any public area of Colorado School of Mines. Students who request and receive a valid and appropriately held Medical Marijuana Registry identification card during the term of their lease may submit a request to the Director of Housing and Residence Life or their designee to be released from this Lease without financial penalty. This release option applies only to a Resident with a valid and appropriately held Medical Marijuana Registry identification card, and does not apply to marijuana use or possession by any person under any other circumstance, which is prohibited by Mines policy and federal law.
Marijuana. (i) Any player who, after entering the Marijuana Program, fails to comply (without a reasonable excuse) with her treatment program as prescribed and determined by the Medical Director, shall be fined $300 for each day that she fails to comply. Such fines shall continue until the player has, in the professional judgment of the Medical Director, resumed full compliance with her treatment program. The total amount of such fines shall not exceed the player’s total Base Salary and Additional Marketing and Promotional Compensation.
Marijuana. 3. Other Controlled Substances, including, but not limited to, cocaine, phencyclidine, amphetamines, barbiturates, opiates, narcotics, hallucinogens, depressants, and stimulants. A confirmed positive test result, or the refusal to submit to a drug/alcohol screen, will disqualify that person from further consideration for employment with the Town of Orange Park. APPENDIX D General EmployeesPension Plan
Marijuana. On-duty use of marijuana and/or an employee reporting for work impaired due to marijuana use continues to be prohibited, even if the employee meets all the requirements to use marijuana medicinally. Other than in the above circumstances, Non-DOT employees who test positive for marijuana as a result of a random drug test will not be automatically subject to disciplinary action and/or mandated treatment provided that, at the time of the drug test, the employee documents to the satisfaction of the City that the employee meets all of the legal requirements to use marijuana medicinally, including possession of an active Medical Use of Marijuana Patient Identification card, a current certification from a licensed physician and registration by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts to access a registered marijuana dispensary to obtain marijuana for medical
Marijuana. The Arizona Medical Marijuana Act permits the limited use of medical marijuana in specific and limited circumstances. However, this is not the case under federal law. Under federal law, specifically the Controlled Substances Act (CSA), marijuana is still categorized as a Schedule 1 substance. This means that under federal law, the manufacture, distribution, or possession of marijuana is strictly prohibited. Because the US Department of Housing and Urban Development and The District on Apache 7 N.S. 3ECFF1AD is controlled by the federal government, it agrees that the use of marijuana, whether prescribed for medical reasons or not, is a criminal offense and will not be protected under the fair housing laws. Therefore, apartment complexes are not required to accommodate the use of marijuana by a resident who is a current medical marijuana user. Disabled residents who are registered medical marijuana users, however, should not feel discouraged to request reasonable accommodations if the need arises. The Community follows and complies with federal law regarding marijuana use and is, and will continue to be, a drug free community. Pursuant to your lease agreement, and the crime/drug free addendum, the possession, use, manufacture or sale of any illegal substance, including marijuana, is strictly prohibited. Management hereby informs and reminds all residents that possession, or manufacture, or any use of marijuana by the resident and/or their guests will result in an immediate termination. If you have any questions or concerns about this policy, please speak to management. By signing below, the resident acknowledges his or her understanding of the terms and conditions as stated above, and his or her agreement to comply with those terms and conditions.
Marijuana. Safety-sensitive: A teacher performing a safety sensitive function found to have a detectable concentration of marijuana (or its metabolites) [above 50 nanograms] in his or her system, shall receive a thirty (30) day suspension without pay on the first offense and shall be required to participate in the Employee Assistance Program. In addition, the teacher shall be placed on probation for twelve (12) months and shall be subject to random drug and alcohol testing for that period. If the teacher violates any rules set forth in this policy during the probationary period, he or she shall be discharged. Marijuana: Non Safety-sensitive: A teacher tested in accordance with the terms of this agreement performing a non safety-sensitive function found to have a detectable concentration of marijuana (or its metabolites) [above 50 nanograms] in his or her system, shall receive a ten (10) day suspension without pay on the first offense and shall be required to participate in the Employee Assistance Program. In addition, the teacher shall be placed on probation for twelve (12) months and shall be subject to random drug and alcohol testing for that period. If the teacher violates any rules set forth in this policy during the probationary period, he or she shall be discharged.
Marijuana. 4. Opiates (Codeine, Morphine)