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WarCry - One year after concealed carry, Chicago homicide rate plunges - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Pretty much everything said here. Concealed carry has NOT been implemented for a year. The law was PASSED in July 2013, but the first training didn't start until Oct of 2013, and the first permits didn't come off the presses until something like mid-February of 2014. And that was about 5,000 permits scattered all throughout the state. That was the "look, we're really doing something!"…
pjohnf - One year after concealed carry, Chicago homicide rate plunges - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Admittedly there are many variables that cause or don't cause crime in Chicago but the fact remains that shootings didn't get worse with C & C and shootings by legal gun owners didn't go through the roof because of it. It's impossible to prove crimes that weren't committed because of C & C but it sure is a amazing coincidence that crime went down with implementation of C &…
UrKidsWillPay - QPD nabs 66 in latest STEP detail - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Seatbelt enforcement is not unconstitutional as has been proven many times over in the courts. You have no constitutional right to drive a motor vehicle on the public roads of any state in the US. Your use of the roads is conditional on your obeying any law the state you are in puts in place whether you like those laws or not. If MO decides you can only drive GM cars in their state then thats what…
UrKidsWillPay - QPD nabs 66 in latest STEP detail - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
Secondly, if you read and comprehend what was written, you will notice that I never mentioned slavery. I specifically said your comment was ignorant because you made the argument that posters were advocating the police do whatever they want to make an arrest. You listed a number of illegal/unconstitutional actions which we are supposed to support when no one had ever even mentioned those items. …
UrKidsWillPay - QPD nabs 66 in latest STEP detail - Quincy, IL News - QuincyJournal.com
They were caught and stopped from killing again except for Atta. Without the benefit of good police work during a traffic stop they would have continued to be free to do as they pleased. You don't have to believe me. Read the item from the chiefs of police organization. More police contacts are a proven method of solving crimes and lowering crimes rates. Police cruising in cars does very…

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Quincy Medical Group Therapy Services and Sports Medicine held multiple Sports Physical Nights this year to accommodate the numerous athletes in the area. What did they ask for it? Just ten dollars, which was given back to the athlete’s designated school/sponsoring organization.

“It was an extremely successful year,” said Aaron Clark, Senior Director of Ancillary Services at Quincy Medical Group, “We saw a lot of young, prospering athletes and were able to donate to each school’s athletic department. Our intention and hope is that the donation will help enhance student-athletes’ experiences this year and into the future.”

Through programs such as Sports Physicals Nights, Sports Medicine Outreach, and free Sports Injury Clinics, the QMG Maximum Athletics Team is focused on providing a safe environment for athletes and promoting physical activity and athletics to school-aged patients.

QMG donated $3,552 among the 20 schools that had participation from student-athletes.

Beardstown High School                           $10.00
Brown County High School                        $72.00
Canton High School                                    $10.00
Camp Point Central High School              $640.00
CYO                                                                 $90.00
Griggsville-Perry High School                     $10.00
Hannibal High School                                  $20.00
Liberty High School                                       $550.00
Meredosia-Chambersburg High School   $10.00
Payson Seymour High School                    $100.00
Pittsfield High School                                    $10.00
Pleasant Hill High School                            $10.00
Quincy Christian School                               $30.00 
QHS                                                                  $770.00
QJHS                                                                $510.00 
QND                                                                  $150.00 
Rushville Industry High School                    $60.00 
Southeastern High School                            $30.00 
Unity High School                                           $380.00 
Western High School                                     $90.00


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