Illinois marijuana regulations
Anyone who wants to open a marijuana business in Illinois must meet Illinois marijuana regulations. It is important to keep in mind that unlike other types of businesses, it is not possible for just anyone to open a marijuana business. The rules and regulations are strict and those who want to start their own businesses must comply with all these rules and regulations.
Under the Illinois marijuana regulations, anyone who wants to submit an application must be a resident of the state for at least two years. Applicants must be over the age of 21 to show an interest in setting up a marijuana dispensary or business. in addition, the applicant must not have any child support obligations and also must not have ever been convicted of a controlled substance felony. Further, Illinois marijuana regulations state that the interested candidate must not have been convicted for any other criminal offense in the past 5 years. He/she must not have a criminal history and must not employ any person who does have a criminal history. Before licenses and permits are issued, background checks will be conducted on all the employees of the business to ensure that none have committed any crime in the past.
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