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An Oklahoma case in which an appeals court ruled that “the presence of an intoxicating substance” is not enough to prove that the person was in fact intoxicated could set a precedent for similar cases in states with medical marijuana programs. In the case, a worker had his hand crushed when another worker turned on a machine he was repairing. The Oklahoma Workers’ Compensation Commission denied the worker’s claim, but on appeal, the court said the Commission went “beyond its duty.”

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