In a lawsuit that experts say is just the tip of the iceberg, attorneys for Waterbury resident Brenda Dionne have filed a class action against a Connecticut-based health conglomerate.

The suit alleges the woman, who qualifies to take medicinal marijuana under the state’s 2012 law allowing use under certain circumstances, was told she could no longer work for her employer if she didn’t pass a drug test.

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