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07/01/19: Legal Pot Hits Your Dope Dealer: Today, Crain's law reporter Claire Bushey talks about a city ordinance that would impact last-minute schedule changes for workers and employers, and about a conversation she recently had with a local pot dealer about the future of his business once recreational marijuana is legalized in Illinois. Plus: Chicago's federal court gets its first female chief judge; Boeing outsourced 737 Max software to $9-an-hour engineers; Reyes Holdings is selling a unit for $2 billion; a New Jersey developer bets he can turn the former AT&T headquarters in Hoffman Estates into a thriving "metroburb," and an HHS audit found Illinois owes the feds $4 million for Medicaid drugs. Find host @AmyGuth on Twitter and continue the conversation with #CrainsDailyGist.

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Today, Crain's law reporter Claire Bushey talks about a city ordinance that would impact last-minute schedule changes for workers and employers, and about a conversation she recently had with a local pot dealer about the future of his business once recreational marijuana is legalized in Illinois. Plus: Chicago's federal court gets its first female chief judge; Boeing outsourced 737 Max software to $9-an-hour engineers; Reyes Holdings is selling a unit for $2 billion; a New Jersey developer bets he can turn the former AT&T headquarters in Hoffman Estates into a thriving "metroburb," and an HHS audit found Illinois owes the feds $4 million for Medicaid drugs. Find host @AmyGuth on Twitter and continue the conversation with #CrainsDailyGist.

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