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Stupid_Dems - Gervasi finalist for Pennsylvania job - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Best thing that could happen to QU
qfingers - Kirk, Durbin praise Lynch\'s record after Senate vote - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Unfortunately Durbin's comment that she's "one of the finest" he has voted for is only a testament to the poor quality that has come before. I'm reminded of this...."When he left company X for comkpnay Y the average IQ of both places went up".
XBgCty - Illinois House Passes Bill To Make Some Marijuana Possession Punishable By Ticket - Quincy, IL News
People drink in their homes. Pot users if they did the same would be treated equally. When they smoke in public or in the vehicle they get treated the same as alcohol, they get locked up. It is Illegal to have open alcohol container in vehicle, or drink in public. Can't smoke tobacco in most buildings or get ticketed or arrested, same a pot. So it is kind of treated the same. Pot users want to…
QuincyGuy - Taxpayer-Funded Video Promoting Eric Holder as ‘People’s Lawyer’ - Quincy, IL News
Not Eric. He wouldn't do anything corrupt. Just ask any Dimocrap and they'll tell you that. He is kind of like Robin Hood. He robs from the whites and gives to the blacks and his replacement will continue doing the same thing.
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I heard he was trying to impersonate a Heating & AC salesman. 😉

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Concealed carry legislation goes before Illinois House on Tuesday

2 years, 1 month ago by Bob Gough

Lawmakers had filed 26 amendments - many to bar carrying weapons in places such as casinos or schools - by mid-afternoon Monday

From the Associated Press:

More than two dozen amendments involving the issue of carrying concealed weapons in Illinois could be debated on the House floor Tuesday.

House Speaker Michael Madigan has scheduled a hearing to allow legislators to submit amendments covering different topics involving the issue.

Lawmakers had filed 26 amendments - many to bar carrying weapons in places such as casinos or schools - by mid-afternoon Monday.

A federal court dismissed the Illinois ban in December and ordered a law be approved by early June.

Political scientist Kent Redfield of the University of Illinois at Springfield says the hearing allows lawmakers to support or oppose certain gun provisions even if they don't agree with the final legislation.

The bill is HB1155.


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