Marijuana Law Rules Explained by CL Police

From the Crystal Lake Police Department:

THE RECREATIONAL CANNABIS ACT AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR YOU

Crystal Lake, IL – Beginning January 1, 2020, the use of marijuana or cannabis infused products will be legal for individuals 21 years of age or older.

A person 21 years or older will be allowed to possess the following:

 30 grams of raw cannabis flower;
 Cannabis infused products containing up to 500 milligrams of THC;
 5 grams of cannabis concentrate

No person under the age of 21 is allowed to purchase, use, possess, transport, grow, or consume cannabis except where authorized by the Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Act or the Community College Cannabis Vocational Pilot Program.

The Crystal Lake Police Department would like to remind residents that the only lawful place to consume cannabis or cannabis infused products is in your private residence or on your personal private property outside of public view.

It is illegal to consume cannabis products or smoke cannabis in a public place.

It is also illegal to transport cannabis within a motor vehicle unless
the cannabis is in a sealed, odor-proof, and child resistant container

The City of Crystal Lake has not approved on-site consumption of cannabis or cannabis infused products in any business or retail tobacco stores, but does allow for cannabis dispensaries in the City, meeting certain
parameters with prior City approval.

It is also illegal to use cannabis or a cannabis infused product in a motor vehicle.


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Marijuana Law Rules Explained by CL Police — 15 Comments

  1. Underwood Now, you and your communist kind have ruined Illinois. Can’t wait to relocate to Arkansas.

  2. Arkansas already has medical marijuana and may vote on a referendum for full legalization next year.

  3. The marijuana bill was House Bill 1438 (HB 1438) under the leadership of Democrat House Speaker Michael Madigan and Democrat Senate President John Cullerton in the 101st Illinois General Assembly (ILGA).

    HB 1438 was signed into law as Public Act 101-0027 (PA 101-0027) by Democrat Governor JB Pritzker on June 25, 2019.

    HB 1438 > PA 101-27

    +++++++++++++

    The trailer bill (adds to the original law) was Senate Bill 1557 (SB 1557), signed into law by Governor Pritzker as Public Act 101-0593 (PA 101-0593) on December 4, 2019.

    SB 1557 > PA 101-593

    ++++++++++++++

    http://www.ilga.gov

  4. Wasn’t Kenneally also attempting to explain this over coffee and Shirley Temples looking like in my opinion Dr Zaius?

  5. Kennelly should be made to undergo a drug test, just like the deputy sheriffs.

  6. This will be a boost for the DUI Industrial Complex.

    $10k a stop minimum to the system.

    A hidden tax far greater than realized by the sheeple.

    I do t disagree as a bunch of pot heads driving is dangerous Courts, Attorneys, local Police just licking their chops.

    While the stoners have no idea what’s about to hit them. Just wait and see….

  7. Gomez, you are right. Pat Squeally must go. He’s worse than Pack. Bianchi was hoodwinked.

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