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Cannabis company asks Illinois Supreme Court to let state name craft grower license winners. Motion reveals financial toll applicants say they’ve endured.

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1837, for example, said it submitted a 728-page license application in April 2020, which typically costs tens of thousands of dollars or more in legal and consulting fees. As part of its application, 1837 secured land for a marijuana growing warehouse in northwest suburban Wheeling. Under its purchase and sale agreement, 1837 paid $20,000 in earnest money.

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