Tag: illinois law

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Cooking with Marijuana Is Not So Easy

Illinois will become the 11th state in the country to legalize recreational marijuana.  While dispensaries will be selling a variety of products, time will tell whether regulations will allow for marijuana bakeries and restaurants.

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FOIA Regarding Text Messages on Personal Devices

The Illinois Freedom of Information Act was initially enacted in 1984 to allow the citizens of the state access to government at all levels. Many things have changed since 1984, including technology such as cell phones, tablets, and other personal devices that may double as conduits for public records.

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Who can Remove a Tattoo in Illinois?

In Illinois, the only way to have a tattoo removed is by a licensed physician. The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation (IDFPR) requires that anyone seeking a symbol removed must be examined by a physician who will determine the safest way to proceed.

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