As more Illinoisans apply for and receive permission from the state to use marijuana as a medical necessity, Gov. Bruce Rauner put a stop to further expansion of the program for 11 conditions Sept. 10.
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Gov. Bruce Rauner on Monday issued licenses for groups that will be allowed to grow and sell medical marijuana.
Medical marijuana licensing in Illinois will undergo a legal review that critics fear will further delay the process of getting the drug to patients.
Medical marijuana has been legal in Illinois for more than 365 days, but the number of patients that have actually been able to get relief from the drug remains a big fat zero.