A proposed cannabis reform bill won’t get further consideration until at least the General Assembly’s fall veto session after stakeholders failed to come to an agreement during the spring session’s final stretch.
A new marijuana dispensary in Woodstock could open by the end of this year after the City Council approved a special use permit for one in town at its meeting on Tuesday.
A student at the school passed out chocolates as part of a “spicy chocolate challenge.” An employee confiscated the chocolate from the student after it was distributed.
A new dispensary in Cary is seeking to make changes to its original plan after running into hurdles trying to obtain state licensing
State Sen. Ventura backs striking workers, notes cannabis sales hit $1.5 billion in Illinois last year.
Workers want higher wages, better access to health insurance.
A proposed marijuana craft grower facility was barred from further pursuing a Sycamore city permit after the Sycamore City Council this week voted to change city code, rendering the proposed location unfit for the business.
Marijuana dispensary EarthMed is set to open dispensary by late summer at what is currently a Panera Bread, 1711 N. Richmond Road, McHenry.
St. Charles’ second recreational marijuana dispensary is set to open its doors Tuesday.
A marijuana craft grower facility received a preliminary green light after a nearly three-hour Sycamore Planning and Zoning Commission meeting this week where some residents voiced concerns, and support, of the proposal.
The bills – Senate Bill 125 and Senate Bill 1886 – would prevent police from searching an individual’s vehicle based solely on the smell of cannabis and would allow some individuals on probation to consume cannabis or alcohol.
A marijuana craft grower facility could be coming to Sycamore, as the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission will consider a request Monday to introduce a new cannabis use category to the city’s unified development ordinance.
Illinois House Democrats announced the formation of a cannabis working group that will aim to steer the burgeoning industry’s expansion in a business-friendly way while still satisfying the equity goals of the landmark 2019 legalization law.
The city of DeKalb is turning over a new leaf and taking its first steps into the marijuana industry by approving the city’s first recreational and medicinal dispensary to open downtown. Project leaders say they hope to open by Corn Fest.
DeKalb’s first medicinal and recreational cannabis dispensary could be primarily women-led, as an initial proposal for the business received its first green light this week. The proposal now heads to the DeKalb City Council for final approval.