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Illinois governor proposes legalizing marijuana

CHICAGO - A proposal to legalize marijuana in Illinois would allow possession of up to 30 grams of the plant for residents 21 and over, a $30 million low-interest loan program to promote "social equity" in business ownership, and expungement of misdemeanor and class 4 felony marijuana convictions.

Adults would be

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