A Series for smokers, cannabis lovers, are those who simply need to learn how to navigate legal cannabis usage.

Beginning January 1, 2020, cannabis usage will be leagal in the state of Illinois. For some of us, this is a very liberating moment. But for many of us, we have no clue how to navigate this new law. 

Where can I smoke?

Is there a legal smoking age?

How much weed is too much weed?

Can my job fire me for smoking weed?

What do I tell my kids?

These are just some of the questions that we hear from The Doobie Room supporters, our family, friends, and the public in general. 

That’s why we’re partnering with The Arts of Humanity and AofH Productions to create a 3 part series to answer all your cannabis consumer questions and alleviate any anxiety you may have about the legalization of recreational cannabis usage.

Cannabis is Legal So Now What?

All parts of this series are free and open to the public. However, space will be very limited.

Part 1

What Does The Legalization of Cannabis Mean for Me?

December 28, 2019

In Part One of our series “Cannabis is Legal, So Now What”, we’ll have relevant industry professionals discussing general questions about what the legalization of cannabis means to you as a consumer, employee, and Illinois citizen. Remember: although cannabis will be legal in Illinois, it’s still illegal at the federal level, and individual cities and places of employment will have their own distinct rules about cannabis. Don’t get caught off guard because you misinterpret or don’t fully understand legal cannabis usage.

Part 2

January 25, 2020

What Does The Legalization of Cannabis Mean for my children, teens, and family?

Things just aren’t the same for parents now and days, and the legalization of cannabis may make family conversations and interaction more interesting, to say the least. In Part 2 of our series, we’ll have family experts, cannabis activists ( who happen to be parents), and other relevant industry experts to answer your questions about cannabis and your family. Get advice and resources to help you become better equipped with the cannabis conversations in your family. 

Part 3

How Can Creatives, Nonprofits, and Entrepreneurs Benefit From The Cannabis Industry?

February 22, 2020

For artists, creatives, and the non-profit industry, cannabis legalization can potentially increase new opportunities. For creatives and artists, the relationship between cannabis and creativity is no secret, but now that it’s legal, what exactly does this mean for you, particularly as a creative? And if you are a non-profit, can or should your organization support cannabis advocacy and the cannabis industry in Illinois? How can creatives and non-profits benefit from or influence the cannabis industry? Part three of our series will answer these questions and more. 

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