Some Marijuana Products Have Been In Short Supply, And Medical Users Say They're Feeling It MostIt has been six months since Illinois began selling marijuana for adult use, and though sales have been rising, some products can be in short supply.
Executive Order Delaying Marijuana Licenses Has Social Equity Applicants Worried About Being Shut OutMore than 80 new marijuana licenses would have been announced Wednesday, but an executive order issued by Gov. JB Pritzker on Monday delayed them.
New Marijuana Dispensary Opening On Weed Street, But Other Dispensary Licenses Are Stuck On Indefinite PauseThe second recreational-only marijuana dispensary in Chicago opens Wednesday, on – believe it or not - Weed Street.
Illinois Pushes Back Deadline To Issue New Marijuana LicensesIllinois is pushing back its deadline for issuing new licenses to grow, infuse and transport marijuana. 
Coronavirus Pandemic Means Major Changes To Marijuana Industry In IllinoisThe pandemic has also totally changed how the dispensaries that are still running are operating every day.
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. 
Man Charged With Driving While High On Pot After Head-On Crash In LisleCole Dixon's arrest might be the first pot-related DUI case in the state since recreational cannabis became legal in Illinois this year.
Vote Delayed On Mayor's Proposal To Allow Marijuana Use In Tobacco ShopsA License Committee and full City Council vote has been delayed on Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s proposal to allow on-site consumption of marijuana at licensed cigar bars, hookah lounges, and other tobacco shops.
No More Weed; Local Dispensaries Suffer From Shortages"It's not what happens on day one, or day two or day three. It's what happens at month six. It's what happens at month 12, at month 18, at month 24. That's the roll out of this program. It's intended to be rolled out over years, not days."
Illinois Secretary Of State: Don't Drive While HighIf a person is pulled over for driving high, they will receive a DUI.