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Miracle-Gro Faces Lawsuit over No-Smoking Policy
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Miracle-Gro Faces Lawsuit over No-Smoking Policy

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Miracle-Gro Faces Lawsuit over No-Smoking Policy

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In an effort to cut the costs of providing health insurance to its employees, Scotts Miracle-Gro in Ohio has invested heavily in a million-dollar general wellness program. It encourages employees to exercise, eat well and be healthy. They've also implemented an anti-smoking policy, which has resulted in a lawsuit.

Jim King, Scotts Vice President of Corporate Communications explains the company's policy.

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