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    Illinois Governor Working With Police On Marijuana Bill

    Springfield, Ill. - Gov. Bruce Rauner is working with the Illinois State Police on how to handle a proposal to make marijuana possession in small amounts punishable only with fines under a bill he appears poised to sign. The legislation, which also sets a standard for what's considered too...
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    Governor Rauner Extends Medical Marijuana Program

    Springfield, Illinois - A bill extending Illinois' medical marijuana program by 2½ years has been signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner. In addition to extending the pilot program, the bill signed Thursday by Rauner adds PTSD and terminal illness to the list of qualifying conditions. Illinois'...
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    Governor Rauner Extends Medical Marijuana Program

    Springfield, Illinois - A bill extending Illinois' medical marijuana program by 2½ years has been signed by Gov. Bruce Rauner. In addition to extending the pilot program, the bill signed Thursday by Rauner adds PTSD and terminal illness to the list of qualifying conditions. Illinois'...
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    Illinois Medical Marijuana Director Resigns

    Speaking at a Statehouse press conference, Rauner said Senate President John Cullerton and House Speaker Michael Madigan are "threatening" to hold up Republicans leaders' stopgap budget and K-12 education funding bills unless the school funding formula changes, which Rauner and GOP lawmakers...
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    Illinois Medical Marijuana Director Resigns

    Speaking at a Statehouse press conference, Rauner said Senate President John Cullerton and House Speaker Michael Madigan are "threatening" to hold up Republicans leaders' stopgap budget and K-12 education funding bills unless the school funding formula changes, which Rauner and GOP lawmakers...
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    IL: Rauner Gets New Marijuana Decriminalization Bill

    House lawmakers sent Gov. Bruce Rauner legislation on Wednesday to decriminalize marijuana across Illinois, meaning people caught with small amounts of marijuana would be fined instead of receiving jail time. The legislation incorporates changes the Republican governor suggested when he used...
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    Illinois: Rauner Should Expand Medical Marijuana Program

    Gov. Bruce Rauner has chosen to put politics before patients. By having the Illinois Department of Public Health deny the eight conditions that the Medical Cannabis Advisory Board approved to be added to the list of debilitating conditions for the Medical Cannabis Pilot Program, this...