§ 1 Short title
§ 5 Findings
§ 7 Lawful user and lawful products
§ 10 Definitions
§ 15 Authority
§ 20 Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Fund
§ 25 Immunities and presumptions related to the medical use of cannabis
§ 30 Limitations and penalties
§ 35 Certifying health care professional requirements
§ 36 Written certification
§ 40 Discrimination prohibited
§ 45 Addition of debilitating medical conditions
§ 50 Employment; employer liability
§ 55 Registration of qualifying patients and designated caregivers
§ 57 Qualifying patients
§ 60 Issuance of registry identification cards
§ 62 Opioid Alternative Pilot Program
§ 65 Denial of registry identification cards
§ 70 Registry identification cards
§ 75 Notifications to Department of Public Health and responses; civil penalty
§ 80 Preparation of cannabis infused products
§ 85 Issuance and denial of medical cannabis cultivation permit
§ 90 Renewal of cultivation center registrations
§ 95 Background checks
§ 100 Cultivation center agent identification card
§ 105 Requirements; prohibitions; penalties for cultivation centers
§ 110 Suspension; revocation; other penalties for cultivation centers and agents
§ 115 Registration of dispensing organizations
§ 120 Dispensing organization agent identification card
§ 125 Medical cannabis dispensing organization certification renewal
§ 130 Requirements; prohibitions; penalties; dispensing organizations
§ 140 Local ordinances
§ 145 Confidentiality
§ 150 Registry identification and registration certificate verification
§ 155 Review of administrative decisions
§ 160 Annual reports
§ 165 Administrative rulemaking
§ 170 Enforcement of this Act
§ 173 Conflicts of law
§ 175 Administrative hearings
§ 180 Destruction of medical cannabis
§ 185 Suspension revocation of a registration
§ 190 Medical Cannabis Cultivation Privilege Tax Law
§ 195 Definitions
§ 200 Tax imposed
§ 205 Department enforcement
§ 210 Returns
§ 215 Rules
§ 997 Severability
§ 999 Effective date

Terms Used In Illinois Compiled Statutes > 410 ILCS 130 - Compassionate Use of Medical Cannabis Program Act

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