Chicago Police DepartmentSpecial Order S04-32
Cannabis Enforcement
Issue Date:19 December 2019Effective Date:01 January 2020
Rescinds:S04-26-12; D16-04; S04-22-06
Index Category:Preliminary Investigations
I.Purpose
This directive:
  • A.informs Department members of the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act, Public Act 101-27, and relevant sections of the Municipal Code of Chicago;
  • B.reminds Department members that the purpose of enforcement actions, whether it be the issuance of a citation or making a physical arrest, is to improve the quality of life in neighborhoods and reduce community members’ fear of illegal activity;
  • C.sets forth enforcement procedures;
  • D.continues procedures for safe handling of cannabis when conducting cannabis-related enforcement as cannabis may be laced with opioids, fentanyl, PCP, other drugs, or other dangerous substances; and
  • E.satisfies CALEA Law Enforcement Standard Chapter 1.
II.Definitions
For the purpose of this directive, the following definitions apply:
  • A.Cannabis—marijuana, hashish, and other substances that are identified as including any parts of the plant Cannabis sativa and including derivatives or subspecies, such as indica, of all strains of cannabis, whether growing or not; the seeds thereof, the resin extracted from any part of the plant; and any compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of the plant, its seeds, or resin, including tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and all other naturally produced cannabinol derivatives, whether produced directly or indirectly by extraction; however, "cannabis" does not include the mature stalks of the plant, fiber produced from the stalks, oil or cake made from the seeds of the plant, any other compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of the mature stalks (except the resin extracted from it), fiber, oil or cake, or the sterilized seed of the plant that is incapable of germination. "Cannabis" does not include industrial hemp as defined and authorized under the Industrial Hemp Act. "Cannabis" also means concentrate and cannabis-infused products.
  • B.Cannabis concentrate—a product derived from cannabis that is produced by extracting cannabinoids from the plant through the use of propylene glycol, glycerin, butter, olive oil, or other typical cooking fats; water, ice, or dry ice; or butane, propane, CO2, ethanol, or isopropanol. The use of any other solvent is expressly prohibited unless and until it is approved by the Department of Agriculture.
  • C.Cannabis-infused product—a beverage, food, oil, ointment, tincture, topical formulation, or another product containing cannabis that is not intended to be smoked.
  • D.Cannabis flower—marijuana, hashish, and other substances that are identified as including any parts of the plant Cannabis sativa and including derivatives or subspecies, such as indica, of all strains of cannabis; including raw kief, leaves, and buds, but not resin that has been extracted from any part of such plant; nor any compound, manufacture, salt, derivative, mixture, or preparation of such plant, its seeds, or resin.
  • E.Public place—means any place where a person could reasonably be expected to be observed by others. "Public place" includes all parts of buildings owned in whole or in part, or leased, by the State or a unit of local government. "Public place" does not include a private residence unless the private residence is used to provide licensed child care, foster care, or other similar social-service care on the premises.
  • F.Registered qualifying patient—an Illinois resident registered with the Illinois Department of Public Health under the Medical Cannabis Patient Program or Opioid Alternative Program.
  • G.Highway—the entire width between the boundary lines of every way publicly maintained when any part thereof is open to the use of the public for purposes of vehicular travel or located on public school property.
III.Possession Limits
Effective 01 January 2020, The Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act (410 ILCS 705/10-10) allows adults 21 years of age or older to possess the following:
  • A.for Illinois residents:
    • 1.30 grams of cannabis flower;
    • 2.no more than 500 milligrams of THC contained in cannabis-infused product;
    • 3.5 grams of cannabis concentrate; and
    • 4.for registered qualifying patients, any cannabis produced by cannabis plants grown under 410 ILCS 705/10-5(b), which permits any amount of cannabis produced in excess of 30 grams of raw cannabis or its equivalent provided it remains secured within the residence or residential property in which it was grown.
  • B.for non-residents of Illinois:
    • 1.15 grams of cannabis flower;
    • 2.250 milligrams of THC contained in a cannabis-infused product; and
    • 3.2.5 grams of cannabis concentrate.
NOTE:
Members should refer to the addendum "Relevant Cannabis Statutes and Ordinances" for a comprehensive overview of cannabis-related laws.
IV.Municipal Code of Chicago Prohibitions
The Municipal Code of Chicago (MCC) prohibits:
  • A.possessing cannabis under the following circumstances (unless in compliance with the Compassionate Use of Medical Program Act) :
    • 1.in a school bus (MCC 7-24-099(b)(1));
    • 2.on the grounds of any preschool or secondary school (MCC 7-24-099(b)(2));
    • 3.in any correctional facility (MCC 7-24-099(b)(3));
    • 4.in a vehicle not open to the public, unless the cannabis is in a reasonably secured, sealed container that is odor-proof and child-resistant (MCC 7-24-099(b)(4));
    • 5.in a private residence that is used at any time to provide licensed child care(MCC 7-24-099(b)(5)); or
    • 6.in violation of Section 4 of the Cannabis Control Act (MCC 7-24-099(b)(6)).
  • B.using cannabis or any substance containing cannabis, including but not limited to any cannabis concentrate or cannabis-infused product:
    • 1.in a school bus, unless permitted for a qualifying patient or caregiver pursuant to the Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Program Act (MCC 7-24-099(c)(1));
    • 2.on the grounds of any preschool or primary or secondary school, unless permitted for a qualifying patient or caregiver pursuant to the Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Program Act (MCC 7-24-099(c)(2));
    • 3.in any correctional facility (MCC 7-24-099(c)(3));
    • 4.in any motor vehicle (MCC 7-24-099(c)(4));
    • 5.in a private residence that is used at any time to provide licensed child care or other similar social service care on the premises (MCC 7-24-099(c)(5)); or
    • 6.in any public place (MCC 7-24-099(c)(6)).
      EXCEPTION:
      Members will not enforce MCC 7-24-099(c)(6) on subjects whose sole violation is using cannabis on private residential yards, porches, patios, and balconies.
  • C.any person from:
    • 1.smoking cannabis in any place where smoking is prohibited under the Smoke Free Illinois Act (MCC 7-24-099(d)(1));
      NOTE:
      These places include indoor public places, places of employment, and government vehicles. See 410 ILCS 82/1 et seq. for definitions.
    • 2.facilitating the use of cannabis by any person who is not allowed to use cannabis under the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act or Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Program (MCC 7-24-099(d)(2)); or
    • 3.transferring cannabis to any person contrary to the Cannabis Regulation and Tax Act or Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Program Act (MCC 7-24-099(d)(3)).
  • D.the sale, provision, or transfer of cannabis to any person under 21 years of age unless authorized by the Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Program Act or Community College Cannabis Vocational Pilot Program (MCC 8-16-063(a)).
  • E.the possession and use of cannabis to any person under 21 years of age unless in compliance with the Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Program Act (MCC 8-16-063(b)).
V.Policy
  • A.Department members will utilize due caution and employ safety precautions to avoid contact or exposure to cannabis when conducting cannabis-related enforcement as cannabis may be laced with opioids, fentanyl, PCP, other drugs, or other dangerous substances.
  • B.Department members will wear nitrile gloves when handling any cannabis.
  • C.If there is probable cause that cannabis is mixed with opioids, fentanyl, PCP, or other drugs, Department members will not issue an ANOV and follow the procedures outlined in the Department directive titled "Processing Narcotics Cases."
  • D.For procedures following the application of naloxone to a Department member due to accidental opioid ingestion or exposure, Department members will refer to the Department directive titled "Opioid Overdose Reversal (Naloxone) Pilot Program."
  • E.Department members who administer naloxone to themselves or another Department member due to accidental opioid ingestion or exposure will follow post-exposure procedures consistent with the Department directive titled "Exposure Control Plan."
  • F.When an arrestee is charged with a criminal cannabis offense under the Cannabis Control Act or Illinois Vehicle Code, Department members will not use Municipal Code of Chicago charges on the inventory or conduct a cannabis field test. When completing an Arrest Report, Department members will:
    • 1.use the appropriate ILCS Cannabis charge; and
    • 2.follow the procedures consistent with the Department directive titled "Processing Narcotics Cases" including sending the suspect cannabis to be analyzed by the Illinois State Police Forensic Science Center at Chicago via the Forensic Services Division.
  • G.No case report is necessary when issuing an ANOV for any subsection of MCC 7-24-099, Prohibited Possession or Use of Cannabis, or a Civil Law Citation to a person under 21 years of age for violation of 720 ILCS 550/4(a).
  • H.Members will comply with the responsibilities and procedures set forth in the Department directive titled "Investigatory Stop System." A Vice Case Report is required for any violation of 720 ILCS 550/8, possession of Cannabis sativa plants including a civil law violation under 720 ILCS 550/8(a) for possession of not more than 5 plants cited on an Ordinance Complaint form.
  • I.Cannabis is no longer an unlawful drug for motor vehicle impoundment under MCC 7-24-225(a); however, a motor vehicle used in connection with the unlawful sale or unlawful attempt to sell cannabis may be subject to impoundment consistent with the Department directive titled "Impoundment of Vehicles for Municipal Code Violations." Members may continue to utilize vehicle seizure and impoundment provisions to initiate asset forfeiture proceedings for a felony violation of the Cannabis Control Act, 720 ILCS 550/12.
VI.Enforcement Procedures: Subjects Under 18 Years of Age
Subjects under 18 years of age are eligible for:
  • A.Civil Law Citation for the civil offense of possession of cannabis (720 ILCS 550/4(a)). Department members will:
    • 1.seize the cannabis;
    • 2.while on the scene, issue the violator a Cook County Civil Law Citation for the civil offense of Possession of Cannabis (720 ILCS 550/4(a)). The issuing Department member will:
      • a.complete the complaint section of the Civil Law Citation by indicating the officer's court key and checking the box labeled "People State Of Illinois vs" and leaving the "Case No." field blank;
        NOTE:
        Department members will not cite MCC violations on a Civil Law Citation.
      • b.complete the defendant section of the citation indicating the date, time, and location of occurrence, noting that the violator is under 18 years of age;
        NOTE:
        The signature of the violator is not required and will not be requested. If a member is using a Civil Law Citation that contains a violator signature line, the member will not complete this section.
      • c.complete the violation section of the citation by indicating the charge, recording a detailed description that accurately corresponds to the charge cited, and documenting vehicle information, if applicable;
      • d.complete the evidence section of the citation by recording:
        • (1)if a Record Division (RD) number was associated with the citation by completing the "Associated Report #" field and
          NOTE:
          Department members will not generate an RD number only for the issuance of a Civil Law Citation.
        • (2)the OEMC Event number in the "CAD#" field, the location of evidence when recovered, and a description of evidence.
      • e.complete the court place/date section of the citation using the following criteria:
        • (1)the court date will be scheduled not less than 30 days but within 45 days from the date of issuance of the Civil Law Citation;
        • (2)the court branch will be "Traffic Court" and the court time and courtroom will be based on the member's assigned Traffic Court Minor Courtroom and time; and
        • (3)the court address will be 50 W. Washington St., Chicago, IL.
        NOTE:
        The issuing member is not required to appear at the initial scheduled court date. Any appearance in court or judicial-related proceeding requires an official notification and prior authorization.
      • f.complete the date and provide signature and star number.
    • 3.not notify a juvenile's parents/guardians of the issuance of the Civil Law Citation;
    • 4.not detain the violator any longer than necessary to complete the Civil Law Citation. Members will not detain the violator solely pending the result of a name check;
    • 5.if appropriate, complete the appropriate Investigatory Stop Report, Curfew Violation Report, or School Absentee Report. A Vice Case Report and Arrest Report will no be completed for violations of 720 ILCS 550/4(a) Possession of Cannabis—not more than 10 grams;
    • 6.provide the violator with the "Violator" (goldenrod) and "Court Communication" (blue) copies of the Civil Law Citation form;
    • 7.without undue delay after issuing the Civil Law Citation, proceed to the appropriate district station where the cannabis will be inventoried without using a field test kit or completing an affidavit. Department members will inventory the cannabis in a green Evidence Bag (CPD-11.511).
      • a.use the issued Civil Law Citation form number in the "Incident Type" field;
        NOTE:
        Department members will not include a Central Booking (CB) number or Records Division (RD) number in the "Incident Type" field when inventorying cannabis or drug paraphernalia associated with a violation of 720 ILCS 550/4(a) Possession of Cannabis—not more than 10 grams.
      • b.select "Cannabis—Citation or MCC Arrest" for the "Item Type" in eTrack;
      • c.indicate the 720 ILCS 550/4(a) charge;
        NOTE:
        The 720 ILCS 600/3.5(c) charge will not be selected.
      • d.document the respondent's name and demographics in the "Recovered From" fields;
      • e.indicate that the inventory will be held as evidence until disposition of the case; and
      • f.staple above the heat seal the printout of "Copy 1 — Inventory Copy" of the inventory and the "Evidence" (yellow) copy of the Civil Law Citation to the outside of the Evidence Bag.
    • 8.ensure the "Court Copy" of the inventory is attached to the original "Complaint" (white) copy of the Civil Law Citation;
    • 9.compile and submit the "Complaint" (white) copy, "Court Disposition" (white) copy, and "Police Record" (green) copy of the Civil Law Citation and the "Court Copy" of the inventory to the appropriate supervisor of the unit of assignment or detail prior to the completion of the tour of duty during which the citation was issued.
  • B.arrest for any misdemeanor or felony offense under the Illinois Complied Statutes except for those under Section 4 of the Cannabis Control Act (720 ILCS 550/4). Any criminal violation that results in physical arrest will follow the Department directives titled "Processing of Juveniles and Minors Under Department Control" and "Processing Narcotics Cases" and related directives.
    NOTE:
    Juveniles will not be charged with MCC violations related to the use or possession of cannabis.
VII.Enforcement Procedures: Subjects 18–20 Years of Age
Subjects between 18 and 20 years of age are eligible for:
  • A.Administrative Notice of Violation or physical arrest for offenses under the Municipal Code of Chicago. When a subject older than 18 years of age is found in violation of a cannabis-related MCC offense and meets the criteria outlined in the Department directive titled "Municipal Administrative Hearings," the Department member will:
    • 1.seize the cannabis. Persons under 21 years of age are not permitted to possess cannabis. The cannabis will be inventoried as evidence but not field tested.
    • 2.not take the subject into a Department facility for processing; and
    • 3.while on the scene, issue the respondent an ANOV consistent with the Department directive titled “Municipal Administrative Hearings." The issuing Department member will:
      • a.ensure that the "STEP 2—Describe Action” section is completed with a detailed description of the offense committed and the description accurately corresponds to the charge cited.
      • b.make the appropriate notifications when the respondent is a City of Chicago employee consistent with the Department directive titled "City of Chicago Employee Arrest Notification."
      • c.without undue delay after issuing the ANOV, proceed into the appropriate district. The Department member will:
        • (1)inventory the cannabis in a green evidence bag (CPD-11.511);
        • (2)use the issued ANOV citation number in the "Incident Type" field;
        • (3)select "Cannabis—Citation or MCC Arrest" for the "Item Type" in eTrack for the cannabis;
        • (4)indicate the MCC charge;
        • (5)document the respondent's name and demographics in the "Recovered From" fields;
        • (6)indicate that the inventory will be held as evidence until disposition of the case;
        • (7)ensure the "Court Copy" of the inventory is attached to the "Department of Administrative Hearings" Copy of the ANOV citation; and
          NOTE:
          To facilitate the computer processing of the citation, members will not use a staple to attach items to the ANOV citation. A paperclip will be used.
        • (8)compile and submit all pertinent documents to the appropriate supervisor of the unit of assignment or detail.
    • 4.If a subject is ineligible for an ANOV due to the restrictions listed in the Department directive titled "Exemptions and Restrictions for Issuing ANOV Citations," the subject will be processed consistent with the Department directive titled "Processing Persons Under Department Control," and MCC charges will be cited on a Class "C" Misdemeanor/Ordinance Violation Complaint form.
  • B.Civil Law Citation for the civil offense of possession of cannabis (720 ILCS 550/4(a)) following the above procedures listed under Item VI–A of this directive.
  • C.Ordinance Complaint for the civil offense of possession of not more than 5 Cannabis sativa plants (720 ILCS 550/8(a)). The Ordinance Complaint will be issued consistent with the Department directive titled "Ordinance Complaint Form."
    • 1.All evidence and reporting requirements will be consistent with the Department directive titled "Processing Narcotics Cases" regardless if an arrest is made or not.
      NOTE:
      A Vice Case Report is required if an Ordinance Complaint is issued for violation of 720 ILCS 550/8(a), possession of not more than 5 Cannabis sativa plants.
    • 2.Any criminal violation of 720 ILCS 550/8 et seq. that results in physical arrest will follow the Department directives titled "Processing Persons Under Department Control" and "Processing Narcotics Cases"and related directives.
  • D.arrest for any misdemeanor or felony offense under the Illinois Complied Statutes except for those under Section 4 of the Cannabis Control Act (720 ILCS 550/4) consistent with the Department directives titled "Processing Persons Under Department Control" and "Processing Narcotics Cases" and related directives.
VIII.Enforcement Procedures: Subjects 21 Years of Age or Older
Subjects 21 years of age or older are eligible for:
  • A.Administrative Notice of Violation or physical arrest for any offense under Municipal Code of Chicago following the above procedures listed under Item VII–A of this directive except that the Department member is not required to inventory the cannabis if issuing an ANOV for a violation under MCC 7-24-099, Prohibited Possession or Use of Cannabis.
  • B.Ordinance Complaint for possession of not more than 5 Cannabis sativa plants (720 ILCS 550/8(a)) following the above procedures listed under Item VII–C of this directive.
  • C.arrest for any misdemeanor or felony offense under the Illinois Complied Statutes. Any criminal violation that results in physical arrest will follow the Department directives titled "Processing Persons Under Department Control" and "Processing Narcotics Cases" and related directives.
IX.Inventorying Procedures for Arrestees' Personal Adult-Use Cannabis
  • A.Members arresting a person 21 years of age or older in possession of adult-use cannabis within the possession limits for an unrelated offense (e.g., retail theft) will inventory the cannabis in eTrack as "Prisoner Personal Property—Adult-Use Cannabis."
    NOTE:
    Refer to the Department directive titled "The Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Program Act" for procedures for inventorying medical cannabis as an arrestee's personal property.
  • B.Adult-use cannabis inventoried as personal property will not be turned over at district stations. The cannabis will be returned to owners at the Evidence and Recovered Property Section (ERPS).
  • C.Cannabis possessed by an arrestee not permitted to possess cannabis because he or she is under 21 years of age will be inventoried as "Cannabis—Citation or MCC Arrest" unless it is evidence of an offense under the Illinois Compiled Statutes in which case it will be inventoried as "Cannabis—ILCS Arrest."
  • D.If an arrestee is in possession of cannabis in excess of the possession limits or is charged with a cannabis offense, none of the arrestee's cannabis will be inventoried as "Prisoner Personal Property—Adult-Use Cannabis."
  • E. The inventorying member will:
    • 1.create a separate eTrack inventory for the adult-use cannabis;
    • 2.select the item type "Prisoner's Personal Property—Adult-Use Cannabis" adding the description of the cannabis (including cannabis concentrate and cannabis infused products) and the classification action of "Pickup Pursuant to Notice of Inventory Return Policy";
    • 3.seal the cannabis in a red personal property envelope (not a narcotics envelope);
    • 4.attach the inventory copy of the envelope containing the adult-use cannabis;
    • 5.place the inventoried adult-use cannabis in the narcotics safe;
    • 6.indicate the personal property adult-use cannabis on a separate property manifest with a destination of ERPS; and
    • 7.provide the arrestee with "Copy 4—Citizen's Copy" of the eTrack inventory as well as the associated "Notice to Property Owner" form (CPD-34.523-PART 4-A) in the appropriate langauge for the arrestee (English, Spanish, Polish).
  • F.District station supervisors will ensure:
    • 1.that all personal property adult-use cannabis is placed in the narcotics safe and recorded on a separate property manifest; and
    • 2.adult-use cannabis is transported to ERPS by regular courier.
      NOTE:
      The requirement that arrestee personal property not be sent to ERPS earlier than 96 hours from the time of inventory does not apply to adult-use cannabis.
XI.Civil Law Citation Processing
Civil Law Citations issued for the civil violations of Possession of Cannabis—not more than 10 grams, 720 ILCS 550/4(a), will be processed using the following procedures:
  • A.Unit citation clerks will:
    • 1.complete a Transfer Listing For Civil Violation Complaints (CPD-22.808) on a daily basis (excluding holidays) by listing the submitted Civil Law Citations. When completing the Transfer Listing, the unit citation clerk will ensure:
      • a.the "Complaint" (white) copy, "Court Disposition" (white) copy, and "Police Record" (green) copy of the Civil Law Citation, and the "Court Copy" of the inventory have been submitted for processing;
      • b.only one Civil Law Citation is listed per line and no lines are skipped; and
      • c.the Transfer Listing contains the signature of both the preparing member and the district commander/unit commanding officer.
    • 2.promptly forwarded the original and one copy of the completed Transfer Listing, the "Complaint" (white) copy, "Court Disposition" (white) copy, and "Police Record" (green) copy of the Civil Law Citation, and the "Court Copy" of the inventory to the Traffic Court Unit (148), via the Police Document Section.
    • 3.maintain a copy of the Transfer Listing until the "receipted" copy of the Transfer Listing is returned to the unit from the Traffic Court Unit. The "receipted" copy of the Transfer Listing will be retained in accordance with existing records-retention requirements.
  • B.The Commanding Officer, Traffic Court Unit, will ensure:
    • 1.the "Complaint" (white) copy, "Court Disposition" (white) copy, and "Police Record" (green) copy of the Civil Law Citation, and the "Court Copy" of the inventory received are properly listed on the Transfer Listing. Any discrepancies will be brought to the attention of the originating unit commanding officer.
    • 2.a "receipted" copy of the Transfer Listing is returned to the originating unit.
    • 3.the "Complaint" (white) copy and the "Court Disposition" (white) copy of the Civil Law Citation and the "Court Copy" of the inventory are forwarded to the Cook County Clerk of the Circuit Court.
    • 4.the "Police Record" (green) copy and the original Transfer Listing are retained in accordance with existing records-retention requirements.
XII.Responsibilities
  • A.District commanders/unit commanding officers will ensure:
    • 1.a member is designated the responsibility for ordering, receiving, issuing, processing, and storing Civil Law Citation books and related forms; and
    • 2.an adequate supply of Civil Law Citation books are available for use by unit members and unopened boxes of citations are kept in a secure storage area.
  • B.The designated Department member will:
    • 1.inspect the contents of each box of Civil Law Citations upon opening them and arrange the books in numerical order;
    • 2.prepare a Citation Control Sheet (CPD-11.496) for each book and place one in book in the box; and
    • 3.issue Civil Law Citation books in ascending numerical order. At the time a book is issued, the issuing and receiving member will complete the Citation Control Sheet corresponding to the book being issued and forward the sheet to the unit's citation clerk.
  • C.District executive officers will ensure all completed and cancelled ANOVs are processed consistent with the Department directive titled "Municipal Administrative Hearings."
  • D.District station supervisors will ensure:
    • 1.an adequate supply of nitrile gloves are available for use; and
    • 2.inventory procedures are conducted consistent with this and other relevant Department directives, including "Processing Narcotics Cases" and "Processing Property Under Department Control."
      NOTE:
      Inventories that include cannabis will be placed in the narcotics safe. These inventories will be listed on a separate property manifest from other narcotics and will indicate a destination of "167N — ERPS — VAULT D/NARCOTICS."
  • E.The Commanding Officer, Evidence and Recovered Property Section, will ensure items inventoried under this program are processed consistent with the Department directive titled "Processing Property Under Department Control."
  • F.The Commanding Officer, General Support Division, will ensure that the Equipment and Supply Section has an adequate supply of Civil Law Citations and are available for use by sworn Department members.
  • G.Department members issued a Civil Law Citation book will notify their appropriate supervisor if it is lost or stolen.
XIII.Cannabis Use by Department Members
Cannabis use by Department members remains prohibited both on and off duty. Department members will continue to be tested under drug testing protocols and will be subject to discipline for the positive detection of cannabis in violation of Department policy. Any member who commits a cannabis-related violation of the law on or off duty will be subject to disciplinary action up to and including termination.
Authenticated by: KC
Charlie Beck
Interim Superintendent of Police
19-054 JJR
ADDENDA:
1.S04-32-01 - Relevant Cannabis Statutes and Ordinances
2.S04-32-02 - The Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Program Act
3.S04-32-03 - Licensed Adult-Use Cannabis Dispensaries in the City of Chicago