A new survey shows 25 percent of folks who smoke pot, have done so while at work. Is that what's helping us through all those meetings?

It kind of goes against the old stereotype of 'marijuana users are too lazy to get a job'. The Denver Post has the story but also does The Seattle Times (no subscription needed) about a recent survey of 900 cannabis users, split into three groups: Those from Washington, those from Oregon and those from Colorado- three states that have 'legal weed.'

From that survey, they found that 25 percent of the folks admitted to having gotten high while at work within the last year.

I wonder what jobs these folks have? Are they important jobs? Are they politicians?

Get more on the survey from The Seattle Times HERE.