Illinois AG Challenges Court Ruling, Says Passage of ‘Protecting Illinois Communities Act’ Was Legal

6 days ago
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According to the Illinois Attorney General, if the legislature fails to travel constitutionally-prescribed procedures, the tribunal is not the due venue for a complaint. In effect to a impermanent restraining bid (TRO) from 14th Circuit Court Judge Joshua Morrison against the Protecting Illinois Communities Act, lawyers for Attorney General Kwame Raoul wrote that “the 1970 Constitutional Convention … ‘determined that the legislature would constabulary itself with resp...
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