Illinois: House Amendment to Create Mandatory Jail Time for Victimless Crimes to be Considered as Early as Tomorrow

| October 21, 2013

Illinois: House Amendment to Create Mandatory Jail Time for Victimless Crimes to be Considered as Early as Tomorrow

House Amendment 2 to Senate Bill 1342, filed by state Representative Michael Zalewski (D-23), is expected to be voted on during the veto session of the state legislature beginning tomorrow, October 22.  If passed and enacted into law, this amendment would create and impose harsh mandatory minimum felony penalties for individuals who carry or possess a firearm on any public street, alley or public lands.

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