Mont. man mauled by bear after smoking pot awarded workers' comp
Published 03/24/2011, Associated Press
KALISPELL, Mont. — The Montana Supreme Court has upheld a Workers' Compensation Court ruling that about $65,000 in medical bills incurred by a man who was mauled while feeding the bears at a tourist attraction should be covered by workers' compensation, despite the fact the man had smoked marijuana on the day of the attack.Word count: 323
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