A funeral director who was fired after revealing he used medical marijuana outside of work to treat his cancer has a basis to sue for disability discrimination under the New Jersey Law Against Discrimination, according to the New Jersey Supreme Court.

But counter to an appellate panel’s reasoning below, the court said Tuesday that the New Jersey Compassionate Use Medical Marijuana Act does indeed have an impact on the fired director’s existing employee rights.

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