On Eve Of Legal Marijuana In Illinois, North Aurora Dispensary Prepares For Crowds And Medical Patients Worry About SupplyLegal recreational marijuana goes on sale in Illinois on Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020.
Big Rush For Medical Marijuana Users To Stock Up Ahead Of Recreational LegalizationThere is a rush for medical marijuana users to stock up before the crush expected Wednesday, when recreational cannabis becomes legal.
Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Brace Themselves For Recreational Pot Purchasers"Right now, we have a lot of patients in there trying to stock up and get their medicine."
Medical Marijuana Company's Bid To Move To Bigger Location Advances In Tense Zoning Committee MeetingWith recreational marijuana becoming legal on Jan. 1, Cresco Labs, owners of MedMar Lakeview, are seeking to build a new dispensary at 3524 N. Clark St. so it can expand its current operations.
Why Are Illinois Medical Marijuana Dispensaries Limiting Their Sales?A shortage of medical marijuana in Illinois has been making headlines lately, and now, we’ve learned sales are being limited.
Glen Ellyn Board Members To Vote On Temporary Ban Of Marijuana ShopsTuesday night, Glen Ellyn board members will vote on temporarily banning non-medical marijuana shops.
Medical Marijuana Users Frustrated By Lower Supply, Rising Prices In IllinoisIs Illinois’ pot supply going up in smoke?
When Pot Is Legal, CHA Residents Won't Be Able To Light Up"It's totally unfair to say one sector can do something and public housing people can't."
Gov. Pritzker Signs Bill Expansion Of Medical Marijuana LawThe bill also adds another 12 conditions to the list of acceptable conditions bringing the total number to 54.
OK To Smoke, Not To Grow? States Wrestle With Homegrown PotA provision that would allow for the growing of five plants per residence for recreational use seemed likely to be jettisoned because of push-back from the police, who argue that allowing homegrown pot would fuel illicit drug sales.
'It's Pretty Much A Life Saver': Man Chooses Medical Marijuana Over His JobIllinois legalized medical marijuana, but employers can still fire employees who fail a drug test. Nick Torraco chose medical marijuana over his job and hopes taking a stand will change company policies.
Medical Marijuana Use Can Still Lead To Firing At Many CompaniesMedical marijuana might be legal, but you can still lose your job for using it because many companies still have no tolerance policies.
Study: Chronic Pain Given As Top Reason For Using Medical MarijuanaThe study didn't measure whether marijuana actually helped anyone with their problems. But the patients' reasons match up with what's known about the science of marijuana and its chemical components.
Activist Voices Opposition To Legal Illinois Marijuana SalesDemocrat governor-elect J.B. Pritzker has said he hopes to legalize cannabis soon after he takes office.
Illinois Medical Marijuana Companies Work To ExpandWith marijuana now legal in Canada, some Illinois companies are finding success securing Canadian investors looking to enter the industry.