Public Input for Cannabis Social Equity in Jacksonville
Part of the Illinois law that legalized the sale and consumption of cannabis for adult use was an equity provision that sought to counteract the impacts in disproportionally effected communities of prior cannabis consumption enforcement.
Investors might locate a cannabis dispensary here in Jacksonville, with recreational sales taxed by the city. Some of those funds might be used to support projects or programs for communities identified by the Illinois Department of Commerce and Economic Opportunity.
The Special Studies Committee of the Jacksonville City Council seeks input for projects and programs. Please fill out this survey and/or email
. Note you can make an anonymous submission, but including your name, contact info helps. The information will be shared with the city council, and with the public.
Deadline Feb. 29, 2020. Invite friends to see form linked from
See map on the state's information page and read more at:
Note - this survey has been created by Alderman Steve Warmowski for informational purposes.
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Please suggest a project or program that would help the community in the area identified above …
Optional survey questions
Please provide answers for past (or planned) purchases of medical or recreational cannabis
In what city (cities) have your purchased cannabis
Medical and/or Recreational purchase?
Did you take a special trip just to make your purchase?
Yes, cannabis purchase was the special intent
On your trip, how much did you spend on additional purchases?
Where do you live?
Name and contact info (optional)
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