(Chicago, IL) — Illinois voters could be asked for their opinion on legalizing recreational marijuana under a bill heading toward passage in the General assembly. The Illinois Senate has given its approval to the bill that would put the advisory question on the fall ballot. It’s sponsored by Senator Bill Cunningham of Chicago, who notes there have already been several hearings on the topic of recreational pot. He says this bill would provide lawmakers with the public’s view. The House votes next. The referendum vote alone would not make pot legal.
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