1 Coats was not fired for using marijuana, a legal drug, but for violating workplace policy.
2. An employer is prohibited from firing a person who has anxiety as a conqucne of their medication.
3. As with alcohol, marijuana is legal in Colorando and employes can’t get fired for using it after their work day.
4. Coats was unjustly fired for treating the pain he endured on a daily bases.
5. Coats treating his pain with marijuana should have never caused discrimination towards him.
6. Not only was Coats not harming anyone when he smoked, he only used the drug when he was off his shift.
7. The swift actions of the Secret Service agents ensured the safety of the White House during Omar Gonazalez’s attack.
8. Although they responded appropriately, the Secret Service is investigating how this breach occurred under their supervision.
9. Secret Service cheif Julia Pierson might lose her job due to her incommpentece, not because of her testimony before Congress.
10. The Secret Service withheld the use of deadly force because the only weapon in Gonazlaz’s possession was a small 4-inch blade
1. If you want to keep this construction, the best solution is “Coats was fired, not for using marijuana, a legal drug, but for violating workplace policy.”
2. You’re suggesting that the medication creates anxiety.
4. Very nice, but “basis.”
5. “Coats treating” is awkward. You might try, “Treating his pain with marijuana should have never caused discrimination towards Coats.”
6. Good, but careful with those “only”s. He used the drug only when off shift.
8. Actually, I think they’re being investigated.
9. Nice. Watch the typos.
10. Very nice. Your “the only weapon” gets it just right.