Advocates say the adult-use cannabis legislation doesn’t go far enough to help diverse entrepreneurs enter the budding market.
Tag: Christian Mitchell
I guess we won’t have Rahm to kick around anymore
In a surprise decision, Mayor Rahm Emanuel has announced he won’t seek a third term in office.
Chance the Rapper rules the Grammys with three major wins, and other Chicago news
Also, state rep Christian Mitchell proposes legislation to eliminate money bond in Illinois courts.
Will marijuana decriminalization end the racial grass gap?
As the politics of pot shift, questions of justice remain.
Best Gym for Watching Politicians Spar
“I teach them the art of misdirection—hit and not get hit.”
Illinois politicians now talking openly about legalizing pot
At a press conference Monday, a group of elected officials set a goal of legalizing, regulating, and taxing marijuana sales for recreational use in Illinois.
In some ways, the 2014 primaries brought out the best in Illinois politics
Highlights of the 2014 primary elections
Has challenger Will Guzzardi made northwest-side state rep Toni Berrios more progressive?
How challenger Will Guzzardi made northwest-side state rep Toni Berrios more progressive
South-side legislator joins the fight for community schools—right before the election
In south-side legislative race, charges fly over who’s the real schools advocate.
The voters strike again
A roundup of the 2012 primary election results
Is Toni Preckwinkle building a political machine?
The county board president has a beef with longtime ally Kwame Raoul