Illinois Earns $52 Million in Taxes In First Six Months Of Legal Recreational PotIn the first six months of legal recreational marijuana, the State of Illinois raked in $52 million in taxes. 
Illinois Pushes Back Deadline To Issue New Marijuana LicensesIllinois is pushing back its deadline for issuing new licenses to grow, infuse and transport marijuana. 
South Loop School Parents Appalled At School Lunch Rule Instituted Over Worries About MarijuanaNow that marijuana is legal in Illinois, one Chicago public school wanted to protect its students from exposure to cannabis by changing the lunch policy.
Chicago Hosts Cannabis Resource Fair To Help People Profit From PotNow that marijuana is legal in Illinois the city hosted the first fair aimed at helping people get into the pot business. 
Four Arrested After Tip About Illegal Sales, Employees With Weapons At Gurnee CBD StoreFour people were arrested Friday after Gurnee police found more than 200 pounds of cannabis while executing a search warrant at a local CBD store. 
Aspiring Recreational Marijuana Entrepreneurs Rushing To Meet License Application DeadlineThursday is the deadline to apply for a recreational dispensary license, and applicants must submit their paperwork by 4 p.m.
L.A.-Based 4thMVMT Steps Up To Help Bring Social Equity To Chicago's Cannabis BusinessAs Illinois moves forward licensing dispensaries for legalized marijuana, minorities said they are getting left out of opportunities because of the high cost.
City Of Evanston To Use Cannabis Revenue For Reparations Fund For African-American Residents
Chicago Wants Your Input On Proposed Recreational Marijuana RegulationsSoon recreational marijuana will be legal in Illinois, and Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot has proposed a plan that would ban sale in most of downtown Chicago and split the rest of the city into seven "cannabis zones."
Map Showing Impacted Areas For Marijuana Licenses ReleasedThe state on Tuesday begins accepting a new round of applications for marijuana cultivators, dispensaries and more.
Patient Who Ordered THC Chocolates Gets 4 Years In PrisonCamic says the 37-year-old Franzen has stage 4 cancer and was using the chocolates to relieve himself from symptoms, such as nausea.