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Schiller Park Officials Need To End Their Tolerance of The Growing Crime In The Village and Take Aggressive Actions to Control The Criminal Conduct, Get Tough Schiller Park !!!
As President of a condo association in Schiller Park I am increasingly concerned over how Schiller Park government is handling crime in the town. In in September of 2018, Franklin Park PD conducted a drug raid in a building https://royfmc.com/2018/09/12/franklin-park-police-department-executes-warrant-on-a-drug-investigation-at-a-home-in-schiller-park/ … Continue reading →
To all of us that live in Cook, Will and DuPage County: Finally, the Governor has released a plan for reopening Illinois. I applaud him doing so. At first, I was happy for a plan. Then I read the details. … Continue reading →
Cannabis and Your Second Amendment Rights – December 31, 2019 In the New Year there will be a bevy of new laws facing Illinois Citizens. One new law that Gun Owners should pay close attention to is PA 101-0027, the … Continue reading →
Public pot consumption will only be allowed at dispensaries and smoke shops — dashing hopes of bars and restaurants
Pot dispensaries and special smoke shops will be the only place you can publicly consume marijuana next year under a change to state law approved by lawmakers Thursday. After criticism from health advocates, lawmakers moved to curtail provisions in the … Continue reading →
Smh. Prostitutes. Free booze. Surrounding himself with young women. All on workers’ dimes — yes the CCDOC per capita tax to the Joint Council helped fund this man, Coli. Think about that: you’re slaving away in a sweaty jail trying … Continue reading →
Needle Exchange Legislation Adopted By Illinois will litter streets, playgrounds with dirty needles, reports show
Dirty needles littering Illinois sidewalks and playgrounds will almost certainly be one of the side effects of legislation establishing a statewide needle exchange program for intravenous drug users, news reports of exchange programs in other states show. The bill, SB … Continue reading →
Former Lincoln-Way High School District 210 Superintendent Lawrence Wyllie, whose federal fraud trial was postponed last fall and has yet to be rescheduled, draws more than $900 daily in pension income as he awaits his day in court. The 81-year-old … Continue reading →
POT RECORDS WILL BE CLEARED: For decades, getting caught with a small amount of marijuana could put Illinois residents in jail for up to six months and perhaps worse. Gov. Pritzker’s signature on a law legalizing recreational weed includes a … Continue reading →
The legalization of the possession and usage of recreational marijuana poses some real challenges for condo owner association boards. Among others, the challenges include: complying with both state and federal law addressing the differences between recreational and medical … Continue reading →
Illinois police authorities will be in “a tough spot” when the recreational use of marijuana becomes legal on Jan. 1.
Illinois law-enforcement officials are “incredibly unprepared” for the potential upswing in impaired driving that could result from legalization of recreational use of marijuana. That view of the impact of House Bill 1438 came from a Chicago-area police officer spearheading a pilot program … Continue reading →