SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — An Illinois appellate court on Tuesday upheld a temporary restraining order on enforcement of the state’s three-week-old law banning semiautomatic weapons, enacted largely in response to the mass shooting at an Independence Day parade in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park.
yeh but, it only pertains to the 800 or so in a few county area that filed the suit. you know, let the courts and lawyers figure this out for ya. wtf?ReplyDelete
They need to start throwing every legislator who voted for this in jail too.ReplyDelete
I think you meant to say out a 3rd story window.Delete
Meanwhile, in other news, the Pritzker family is opening up a museum and a shooting range in southern Wisconsin.ReplyDelete
Some days, you need swim fins to keep your face above the sewage.
Ban joggers and they will solve their gun violence.ReplyDelete
Friends ask why I left Illinois multiple times, I just point to crap like this.ReplyDelete
Hmmm. Deprivation of civil rights under color of law... where's a good lawyer when you need one...ReplyDelete