Medical Marijuana/CBD: An ADA Compliance Perspective
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33 states and the District of Columbia permit the use of prescribed medical marijuana. CBD oil, also known as hemp oil, is a legal product so long as it has less than 0.3% THC, the active ingredient in marijuana. Both products have a known history of pain relief. Do they rise to the level of a reasonable modification, as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act? Are your staff ready to hold and administer these as a reasonable modification for registrants with a disability? This webinar will explore the use of these products from an ADA perspective, and discuss how some parks and recreation agencies are managing this new frontier.
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John McGovern (he/him)
Partner, Principal in Charge
The WT Group, LLC Accessibility Practice
John N. McGovern (he/him/his) leads the Accessibility Practice at The WT Group, LLC. His firm is the NRPA preferred provider of accessibility consulting. A long-time member of NRPA, he worked in parks and recreation while earning his law degree. Continuing his parks and recreation career, he then represented NRPA on the three federal advisory committees that created the parks and recreation content of the federal 2010 Standards for Accessible Design. Since forming the Accessibility Practice in 2008, his firm has helped more than 440 counties, cities, states, and park districts meet the sometimes unclear requirements of the ADA.
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