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Want to know what it's like inside an Illinois marijuana dispensary? Take a look.

When marijuana dispensaries open their doors to recreational customers on Jan. 1, there won't be jars of buds lined up on shelves or rolled joints under glass countertops.

Instead, shopping at a dispensary likely will be a cross between a trip to the pharmacy and shopping at an Apple store. Some customers will even be able to order online and pick up their products in store, cutting down on wait time.

At FloraMedex medical dispensary in Elmwood Park, Ill., 19-year-old medical cannabis patient Alec Barber

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