The proposal that became the weapons law was introduced more than a year ago as an Insurance Code change specifying duties and contractual obligations between a public adjuster and an insurance-coverage holder.
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Illinois governor, sheriffs spar over semiautomatic gun law Free
Nine in 10 of the state's sheriffs, joining with gun-rights advocates in declaring the prohibition unconstitutional, have sworn off zealous enforcement of the law. The Illinois State Rifle Association plans to file a federal lawsuit challenging the law as early as next week.
Pritzker takes 2nd oath as Illinois Governor Free
As in his first term, there seems little in his way. In the General Assembly, there seems no limit to the extent of Democratic control, and the Democrats have a majority of 5-2 in the Illinois Supreme Court.
Illinois Supreme Court halts elimination of cash bail Free
The high court said in Saturday's order that the stay was needed to “maintain consistent pretrial procedures throughout Illinois” as the court prepares to hear arguments on the matter.
Prosecutors file emergency motion to suspend SAFE-T Act statewide until ILSC can rule on pretrial release Free
DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert Berlin and Kane County State’s Attorney Jamie Mosser filed an emergency motion to the Illinois Supreme Court on Friday asking for a statewide suspension of the enforcement of the controversial SAFE-T Act legislation set to go into effect on Sunday.
Critics expect chaos under Illinois bail ban despite ruling Free
House Republicans on Thursday urged Democrats who approved the plan nearly two years ago to halt and fix the so-called Pretrial Fairness Act that's part of an expansive criminal justice overhaul, after Kankakee County Judge Thomas Cunnington overturned the law.
Kankakee County Judge rules portions of Illinois SAFE-T Act unconstitutional Free
Illinois' controversial SAFE-T Act was scheduled to go into effect statewide on January 1, 2023, but now will be suspended in the 65 Illinois counties who participated in the consolidated lawsuit against Gov. J.B. Pritzker's administration and the other legislative leaders named in the suit.
Chicago-based election nonprofit that drew GOP ire in 2020 renews grants Free
The Chicago-based Center for Tech and Civic Life has released only general details about how much money each office will receive but the money comes with almost no restrictions and conservative groups have criticized the private funding of elections.