Report on pilot program released

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  • Amanda Wilson
    Posted at 14:01h, 03 November Reply

    Hi there, I am going before the Peoria city council to speak and advocate for medical marijuana. They’ve caused yet another bump in the road to open our dispensary. Any advice on speaking points would be great. I was so ill with Crohn’s Disease 2 years ago that I was considering disability and attempted suicide. after 2 years on cannabis my life has turned around 100% I can function and live a normal life. I am a successful business owner, wife and mother of 4. I want to advocate. But I would love some guidance if you can give me any. I greatly appreciate your time. Thanks you!

  • David
    Posted at 22:50h, 03 November Reply

    How about we stop pussyfooting around this subject and just legalize it for adult 21+. Marijuana is the answer to all of Illinois financial problems but of course it will be overlooked because the Illinois government is just a bunch of corrupt, greedy people who want to line their own pockets and not help the people of the state.

    • Tammy
      Posted at 10:08h, 21 November Reply

      I so agree David .. it would be the answer to illinois getting out of debt . with the greed they have .. you would think they can see that ..

  • joseph bridgewater
    Posted at 09:26h, 04 November Reply

    it shows one problem people are having and that’s with doctors who will not recommend medical marijuana.. until that changes the program is going to fail

  • william tucker
    Posted at 18:16h, 05 November Reply

    I still hasven’t recd call to verify my choiice of dispensaries! or my patient card! help please

  • Scott Hunt
    Posted at 15:55h, 08 November Reply

    I want to make Norml bigger than the NRA.
    Who should I talk to. I couldn’t figure out your chapter web sight Where’s the closes office to McHenry , Il. 60050
    My cell is 815-236-0038

  • Michelle Pellett
    Posted at 13:24h, 11 November Reply

    I think making marijuana full legal for ppl 21+ would not only help the economy, but also the people with daily pain that the state does not see fit to be in the line for medical.

  • Mike
    Posted at 15:36h, 07 January Reply

    Marijuana should never have been illegal in the first place.

  • Vanessa Valadez
    Posted at 16:24h, 13 January Reply

    As a current patient of Bipolar disorder, I recently traveled to Arizona to further my life. Not only did i get diagnosed correctly, but they diagnosed it as a sever mental illness. Illinois does not see that mental illnesses, as well as other ‘minor’ illnesses can successfully be treated with medicinal marijuana. With the proper regulations, and monitoring, the state would benefit so much. Not only from the financial standpoint, but also from the war on drugs. The supposed war on drugs is more a war on patients. If more people had easier access to medicinal marijuana, or marijuana at 21+, there would be a skyrocketing decrease in the amount of other substances used, as well as a lower amount of incarcerations. Illinois needs to focus its attention on helping our people, not trying to fight with us

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