An organization of Missouri sheriffs–Missouri Sheriff’s United–has come out against Amendment Three which would legalize recreational marijuana sales and use in the state. The organization says Amendment Three would go far beyond legalizing the recreational use of marijuana for adults 21 years of age and older, even creating public safety dangers. For example, a school bus driver could not be disciplined or terminated for driving children to school after smoking marijuana. There would be no limit to the level of THC a person could have in their system while operating a motor vehicle and the legislature could not set one. Individuals in a habitually drugged condition due to marijuana use could no longer be prohibited from possessing a firearm. It would prohibit private and public employers from not hiring a person based solely on their marijuana use.