Illinois State Police released the following information:
Let’s get into the weeds about weed….
Are you curious about the cannabis law changes in Illinois on January 1, 2020?
****IT WILL REMAIN ILLEGAL TO DRIVE HIGH****
Under the new law, Illinois residents over the age of 21 can legally possess:
– 30 grams of cannabis flower
– 5 grams of cannabis concentrate (oil)
– 500 milligrams of THC in cannabis-infused products (edibles)
A person may not:
1. Attempt any task under the influence of cannabis that would constitute malpractice, negligence or professional misconduct.
2. Use in any public place – any place where a person could reasonably be expected to be seen by others. (RESTAURANTS, BARS, MOVIE THEATERS, PARKING LOTS, SIDEWALKS, STREETS, STORES, BASICALLY ANYWHERE WHERE THERE ARE PEOPLE IN A PUBLIC PLACE)
3. Use or possess on a school bus, except in the case of an approved medical marijuana case.
4. Use or possess in a correctional center, school, home daycare.
5. Use or possess in a vehicle, unless it is secured in a sealed, odor-proof, children resistant container that is kept reasonably inaccessible to the driver. (SEALED, ODOR-PROOF, CHILDREN RESISTANT CONTAINER, OUT OF DRIVER’S REACH)
6. Use near anyone who is less than 21 years old.
7. Use anywhere prohibited by Smoke-Free Illinois.
Disclaimer: As you know the local police have encrypted, have not released any information, etc…
They rarely ever do release information to the public, since encrypting. So do not expect any updates.
The information that is posted was provided to us via various sources. So we can not guarantee the accuracy of this article.
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