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posted: 6/10/2013 4:40 AM

Dems argue for, against uniformity

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Dems argue for, against uniformity

A bill is moving through Springfield to ban handheld cellphones for drivers throughout the state just like Chicago's law. Chicago Democrats argue that cellphone laws are not uniform throughout the state and that makes it difficult for people driving through different towns. It's a safety issue to have a uniform law.

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In the case of the concealed carry legislation currently discussed in Springfield, Chicago Democrats argue against uniformity throughout the state and want to make it more difficult for people to protect themselves traveling through different towns. It's a safety issue. Chicago Democrats sure make compelling arguments for uniformity and safety.

Howard Snyder


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