“The wait time is just ridiculous,” said Debbie Keating, who suffers from a terminal illness and has been waiting for a pot card for over two months.
House Resolution 420 would remove weed from the list of drugs outlined in the federal Controlled Substances Act.
Last June, Marilyn Horton suffered a lumbar and pelvic fracture when the doors shut on her, the suit claims. She is now seeking a total of $100,000.
A DJ who “discovered” Kanye West is now suing the musician’s record label over unreleased recordings he handed over as part of a settlement.
George Almeida, a 49-year-old man with schizophrenia, allegedly menaced officers with knives before he was shot. His mother contends that narrative.
The attack happened about 7:30 p.m. Saturday at the Chicago Red Line station at 800 N. State St., police said.
Gov.-elect Pritzker has called for an end to marijuana prohibition in Illinois, emphasizing the ways legalization could benefit minority communities.
About 1:50 p.m. Monday, officers learned the woman’s body had been found in an alley in the 10800 block of South Prospect, police said.
On Friday evening, the male suspects sexually assaulted the woman in an alley in the Brighton Park neighborhood, police said.
Matthew Gatrel, 30, of St. Charles, was charged in connection with the federal takedown of 15 domains offering cyberattack-for-hire services.
The two officers were struck by a South Shore Line train. Early Tuesday, a procession brought their remains to the medical examiner’s office.
Jymil Campbell was arrested in the summer of 2016 after selling 13 guns and four high-capacity magazines to a pair of confidential informants.
Anthony Guglielmi, a Chicago police spokesman, said the threats appear to be “part of a similar pattern being made nationwide.”