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  • Libertyville set to approve medical marijuana rules

    As Libertyville officials prepare to put into place zoning regulations for medical marijuana growing as distribution facilities, Director of Community Development John Spoden said his office has already gotten some calls from people expressing interest in...
  • Tinley poised to act on medical marijuana

    Tinley poised to act on medical marijuana
    The Tinley Park Village Board will consider ordinance changes to limit where medical marijuana cultivation centers and dispensaries could locate. Trustee Greg Hannon said last week he and other board members have discussed the need to make sure the...
  • Pharmacists Meet To Prepare For Dispensing Medical Marijuana

    Pharmacists Meet To Prepare For Dispensing Medical Marijuana
    SOUTHINGTON — Pharmacists preparing for the advent of Connecticut's medical marijuana industry gathered Wednesday to talk about the clinical aspects of dispensing a drug that has no federal approval nor the guidelines that go along with it. The...
  • Back to the future in restoring mind, body and spirit at Edgar Cayce Center's A.R.E.

    Back to the future in restoring mind, body and spirit at Edgar Cayce Center's A.R.E.
    A multi-million dollar renovation and the addition of a medical director have breathed new life into the Edgar Cayce A.R.E. Health Center & Spa, located in the Hospital of Enlightenment built by Edgar Cayce in 1928 on a slight rise overlooking the ocean...
  • State suspends license of chiropractor accused of sex assault

    State suspends license of chiropractor accused of sex assault
    State regulators have suspended the medical license of a Chicago chiropractor arrested last week for allegedly sexually assaulting a female patient in Highland Park, Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation officials said. Kevin G....
  • Pot-centric farmer's market planned in L.A. over Fourth of July weekend

    Pot-centric farmer's market planned in L.A. over Fourth of July weekend
    The ever popular farmers market scene in Los Angeles could soon see the introduction of a whole new type of green. What’s being billed as L.A.’s first-ever cannabis-centric farmers market is scheduled to debut in Boyle Heights over the...
  • Cannabis-centric farmers market to debut in Boyle Heights

    Cannabis-centric farmers market to debut in Boyle Heights
    The ever-popular farmers market scene in Los Angeles could soon see the introduction of a whole new type of green — albeit targeted to a very specific consumer. What's being billed as L.A.'s first cannabis-centric farmers market is to make its...
  • New York Legislature passes medical marijuana bill

    New York on Friday became the 23rd state to pass a bill legalizing medical marijuana, and the governor is expected to sign it. The legislation comes 18 years after the first medical marijuana bill was proposed in the state Assembly and after a week of...
  • Chiropractor arrested in connection with sexual assault

    Chiropractor arrested in connection with sexual assault
    A Chicago chiropractor was arrested Thursday in connection with an alleged sexual assault that took place June 12 during a chiropractic treatment in Highland Park, according to a Highland Park Police news release. Kevin G. Dutton, 38, of Chicago, turned...
  • Anti-amendment 2 campaign has more cash

    If John Morgan expects to match opponents' TV advertising in the medical marijuana campaign, he might have to spend millions more of his own dollars to do so. Morgan and others supporting Amendment 2 to legalize medical marijuana on the Nov. 4 ballot...
  • More than 2,000 apply for medical pot in first week

    More than 2,000 apply for medical pot in first week
    More than 2,000 patients have applied for medical marijuana IDs in Illinois in the first week that applications have been accepted, state officials said. The numbers exceeded initial expectations and are a sign the program is off to a good start, state...