Illinois misses deadline for medical marijuana licenses

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Illinois has missed a deadline for the medical marijuana business licenses.

State officials had announced it would award licenses to grow and sell marijuana before the end of 2014. A state spokeswoman told the Chicago Sun-Times that no announcement would be made.

The statement said the state is working hard to make sure it’s done right and is doing a comprehensive review of the cultivation centers whose owners are asking for licenses.

There are only a limited number available.

There’s no word on when decisions will be made.

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  • Zebra Stripes

    Just how do you grow Marijuana “wrong”? Oh, I see, the state wants to make sure everyone pays up first before they get their license.

  • BossIlluminati

    hahahahahah, we all saw this coming…just like New York, the states are doing all they can to prevent medical marijuana…

    decades behind us, you have no leaders nor freedom

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