Weed is legal in Illinois, but expunging records and freeing prisoners remains complicated.
Cannabis delivery chugs along amid the pandemic.
A dispatch from a seven-hour-long line to buy weed at a dispensary, where the tote bags are free, the branding is consistent, and security wears Blue Lives Matter hats.
Illinois’s cannabis legalization aims to put dealers out of business, but they’re about more than just selling weed.
Weed Day coverage: a Chicago zine devoted to cooking with pot, how to take a weed bath, dealing with stoned drivers—and more.
Weed Week: There is no completely reliable test for marijuana intoxication, and very few cops trained to recognize it.
Weed Week: Recreational marijuana won’t be legal as long as the embattled Republican remains governor.
If you want to know why Trump, Rauner, and Rahm are in power, just study the latest election.
The current state of cannabis in the Prairie State
State’s attorney Anita Alvarez says her office will try to send people caught with small amounts of cannabis and hard drugs into treatment instead of jail.
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.
A call for legalization in Illinois is the latest sign of the shifting politics of pot.
An interview with University of Chicago economist and vice specialist Jim Leitzel
A rundown of likely winners and losers in the big 2012 election
How Chicago can take a cue from New York City on pot possession.