Apparently the state of Illinois didn’t get the memo that recording the police is all the rage these days. That’s because awaiting outgoing Gov. Pat Quinn’s signature is legislation that would ban the practice in many circumstances.
Just last week, the state’s House (by a 106 to 7 vote) and Senate (46 to 4) passed the measure. It seeks to get around an Illinois Supreme Court ruling earlier this year that struck down a previous law making it a crime to record police.
According to the Illinois Policy Institute:
Read 9 remaining paragraphs | Comments

Leave a Reply