Casa Grande Dispatch:  “the law bans discrimination in terms of employment. Specifically, the law prohibits “certain discriminatory practices including” that employers may not discriminate against a person who has qualified to use medical marijuana ‘in hiring, terminating or imposing employment conditions unless failing to do so would cause the employer to lose a monetary or licensing benefit under federal law.’  That language makes Arizona’s law stand out from bills in the other 17 states and the District of Columbia where medical marijuana is legal . . . .”