The Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, Division of Professional Regulation, Cannabis Control Section has approved 26 businesses as "Responsible Vendors" authorized to provide mandatory health and safety training to cannabis dispensary agents often referred to as "budtenders."
Personal injury lawyers behind a series of ethylene oxide (EtO) lawsuits are anchoring their cases on a gross distortion of law, and the selective targeting of EtO emissions over the similarly legal emissions of scores of other compounds by thousands of other companies, legal and air quality experts say.
The Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation announced Thursday the first "Same Site" adult use cannabis licenses, which will allow an existing medical cannabis dispensary to obtain an adult use dispensing license.
Scott Alpeter, executive director of the Illinois Independent Auto Dealers Association (IIADA), sees just one winner emerging from the enactment of a new state law that caps trade-in tax credits for most vehicles in Illinois at $10,000.
Illinois Automobile Dealers Association (IADA) President Pete Sander is worried about what a new state law that caps trade-in tax credits for most vehicles at $10,000 will do to the rights of car buyers across Illinois.
The Governor’s Office of Executive Inspector General recently concluded an investigation of a complaint alleging preferential treatment by the former Manager of Support Services at the Department of Employment Security Marlene Meriwether and General Services Manager John Rogers.
Rockford anesthesiologist Dr. Lisa Solomon thinks she has the perfect illustration to support her argument against a bill in the Illinois House that would allow appropriately certified registered nurses to administer anesthesia without doctor supervision.
A consortium of seven anesthesia care organizations have combined to form the Preserve Anesthesia Care Team (PACT), a group committed “to maintaining a physician-led, team-based approach” to providing anesthesia care to patients across the state.
Illinois Department of Labor Director Michael Kleinik joined with state and national safety experts to highlight the serious dangers posed by fatigue in the workplace, a growing problem and a focus of National Safety Month.