Here's where you'll soon be able to smoke pot in public -- legally

Source: The Chicago Sun-Times - View Original Article
Published: Jan 23, 2020
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95% Conservative


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Sentiments

88% "Public pot use is still prohibited -- including on the street, in parks, bars, restaurants and at a host of downtown hotels --""
66% "The Springfield city council on Tuesday approved the dispensary, Illinois Supply & Provisions, request to open a cannabis consumption area, the shop said in ..."
61% "We've already started to redefine the cannabis retail experience with our customers and know an experience like this will be greatly anticipated.""
59% "In order to take that into account, we have opted for a short delay in moving our proposed ordinance forward.""


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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

88% : Public pot use is still prohibited -- including on the street, in parks, bars, restaurants and at a host of downtown hotels --
66% : The Springfield city council on Tuesday approved the dispensary, Illinois Supply & Provisions, request to open a cannabis consumption area, the shop said in a news release.
61% : An opening date for IS&P's consumption area has yet to be determined, but it will be separate space in the same building as its downtown Springfield location at 7th and Adams streets.
61% : "We've already started to redefine the cannabis retail experience with our customers and know an experience like this will be greatly anticipated."
59% : "In order to take that into account, we have opted for a short delay in moving our proposed ordinance forward."

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