Free Cannabis Legalization Seminar: What Employers Need to Know

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Effective January 1, 2020, the purchase of recreational cannabis   for personal use will be legalized in Illinois. Sandburg’s Corporate   & Leisure College invite you to a free seminar to learn how the new   law affects your workplace and employees. Receive the background knowledge on the legislation, the impact on employer drug testing and discuss how to create an effective  communication plan for employees. A question and answer session will follow. Pre‐registration is required,   and the class is limited to 40 participants. Continental breakfast available.

Location: Carl Sandburg College Annex, 209 E. Main Street, Galesburg

For more information or to register: 309.345.3501 community@sandburg.edu

Presented by Galesburg City Attorney Bradley Nolden and Galesburg Police Captain Rodney Riggs

***Report Courtesy of the Galesburg Chamber of Commerce***

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