Trichromes Reports Says.. “Of the state of Illinois’ 36 craft growing permits issued last month, at least 10 were allocated to entities linked with established cannabis firms, whereas some went to active state politicians and a sprinkling of regional prominent figures.”

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For a short period Illinois looked as though it may have had its shit together but the jobs for the boys just keep on coming. Even though there was this Illinois: State Rep. Marty Moylan (D-Des Plaines) Introduces Legislation To Control Regulators & Their Families Entering Cannabis Industry That didn’t stop this Who Said The Good Old Days Of Illinois Were Dead! Lots of Cannabis Licenses Go To Rich People & Some Ex Cops And, let’s not forget Illinois: Former Regulator Now On Cook County Board Offered Paid “Help” To Cannabis License Hopefuls or Illinois: KPMG Risk Management Consultant “Mysteriously” Secures Spot In Upcoming Lottery To Determine The Winners. So… sadly we can’t be too surprised by the Trichromes story all we can do is thank them for recording the fact Justice Grown, a multi-state operating company based in Chicago, is linked to four craft growing licensing obtainers, such as one for Justice Grown CEO Jon Loevy and one for Loevy’s partner, Debra Loevy. Ron DiGiacomo, operator of Trinity MMJ Dispensaries in Peoria, Frank Park, CEO of Salem, Oregon producer A Prime Leaf, the Black-owned investment company Blounts & Moore, LaPine, Oregon-based producer Oregonix Farms, Starbuds creator Ahmad Joudeh, and Omar Fakouri, operator of Michigan’s Skymint retail company, are among the other recipients of craft growing licenses. Additionally, 3 licenses were awarded to legislators from the Chicago region, and a group formed by Evanston Alderman Bobby Burns also received licensure. Another permit went to Alex Acevedo, a Chicago governmental heir and former council candidate who is being investigated for tax violations. Acevedo was also a member of a group that was successful in obtaining a dispensary permit. Lori Wilcox, the Chicago Heights City Clerk and Bloomfield Township Democratic committee person, also received licensure. Shari Wilson, the operator of the South…

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Source : Trichromes Reports Says.. “Of the state of Illinois’ 36 craft growing permits issued last month, at least 10 were allocated to entities linked with established cannabis firms, whereas some went to active state politicians and a sprinkling of regional prominent figures.”

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