Two Area Businesses Included: Department of Financial and Professional Regulation Announces Round of “Same-Site” Licenses for Adult-Use Cannabis
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CHICAGO – The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation has announced one more “Same Site” adult-use cannabis licenses. Two area businesses, one in Colllinsville and the other in Sauget, have had licenses approved.
This license will permit the dispensary to begin adult-use cannabis sales at that location, provided the dispensary complies with local zoning rules or other local laws. These recent approvals raise the total number of approved “Same Site” licenses to 49 and the total number of dispensaries licensed to sell adult-use cannabis up to 51.
The two area businesses are Illinois Supply and Provisions, 1014 Eastport Plaza Drive, Collinsville, 618-381-9229 and The Green Solutions, 2021 Goose Lake Road, Sauget, 309-434-5141.
Under the law, existing medical cannabis dispensaries are permitted to open an adult-use dispensary at the same site as their medical dispensary, as well as a second site for adult-use sales at a different location.
In addition, IDFPR recently concluded its first round for new applicants, including social equity applicants, who had the opportunity to apply for an additional 75 adult-use cannabis licenses. Social equity applicants are eligible for additional points on their application and for technical assistance, low-interest loans and fee reductions. Those licenses will be granted beginning May 1.
The medical dispensary who received an early approval adult-use license this week is:
The Green Solution
501 W. Northtown Rd. Normal, IL 61761
The Department anticipates receiving additional applications for early approval adult-use licenses as municipalities adopt relevant zoning ordinances regarding adult use cannabis.
www.facebook.com/ILDFPR www.idfpr.com http://twitter.com/#!/IDFPR The Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act permits Illinois residents who are at least 21 years old to legally possess up to 30 grams of cannabis flower, 500 milligrams of THC contained in a cannabis-infused product, and up to 5 grams of cannabis concentrate.
The Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act permits Illinois residents who are at least 21 years old to legally possess up to 30 grams of cannabis flower, 500 milligrams of THC contained in a cannabis-infused product, and up to 5 grams of cannabis concentrate.