He lobbied for its passage, now a northern Illinois man says he’s even more excited to have the first letter from state officials qualifying him to purchase medical marijuana.
Nonrefundable fees collected by the state from the applicants topped $5 million.
The mayor and police superintendent in Chicago are sounding like crusaders for decriminalization of narcotics.
Father of student suspended for marijuana possession says she was not carrying drugs.
Health Department Spokeswoman Melaney Arnold says they’re surprised, but not overwhelmed.
An Illinois legislative committee approved rules Tuesday for the state’s medical cannabis program, which means would-be growers and retailers can soon apply for permits.
Some Missouri state legislators are talking about decriminalizing marijuana—at least medical marijuana, on a very limited basis.
On one side will be the executive director of Show-Me Cannabis; on the other is president of the Missouri Narcotics Officers Association.
Authorities say more than 1,000 cannabis plants, with a value of up to $1 million, were discovered during a helicopter operation Tuesday.
“This petition will allow Springfield voters to instruct the government that the police have more important tasks than arresting people for possession of small amounts of cannabis,”