illinois medical marijuana

Hopeful medical marijuana patients need a doctor's signature before they qualify for the state-issued ID they need in order
The number of patients who have been authorized to purchase medical marijuana in the state's pilot program has reached 4,000, including 26 children, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health.
But she doesn't mind the Rauner administration going through the lists again to ensure the right people will be growing and
Katelyn Harper, a 23-year-old Chicagoan who suffers from Crohn’s disease, told HuffPost she's not surprised by the long wait
Qualifying patients whose last names begin with A – L have until Oct. 31 to submit applications; patients whose last names
For residents in states where medical marijuana is legal, having a neighborhood "go to pot" might not be so bad. And as Illinois
The law that created Illinois' pilot program -- already more than halfway into the first of its four years -- is among the
Gross is among parents who moved to Colorado with her children to get CBD oil; her son, Chase, suffers from epilepsy. Gross
Children suffering from epilepsy would be eligible to use a form of medical marijuana under a measure that gained bipartisan approval in the Illinois House this week.
While Gross said she's happy about the state House approval, she'll feel better once the bill is on Gov. Pat Quinn's (D) desk
A vote by the full state House of Representatives on a proposal that would decriminalize the possession of small amounts
Illinois lawmakers advanced a bill Wednesday that would qualify minors with epilepsy to be treated with medical marijuana
Regulators have been slowly hammering out the various rules for potential users, growers and dispensary vendors since the
The National Rifle Association (NRA) has long been a defender of Second Amendment rights. But when it comes to disarming a pot smoker, the NRA is curiously quiet.
(Read the proposed rules in full here. Read here for instructions on submitting comments on the rules.) Meanwhile, the Chicago
With medical marijuana finally legal in Illinois and officials still wrangling the details of the highly-restrictive law
'FLASH' MOBBERS BEWARE Illinois lawmakers have also increased the maximum penalty for anyone caught using social media to
“[Dr. Murray] didn't pre-qualify or anything of the sort,” Reid told Crain's. Speaking to DNAinfo, he also said, "Yes, we
The number of dispensaries is capped at 60 statewide and the number of grow operations is set at no more than 22 under the