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Kane County is Fed Up With Crowing Roosters, So They’ve Made Them Illegal

As my grandfather used to say, "If you outlaw roosters, only outlaws will have roosters." At least I think that was something he used to say...maybe not. But, if he did say things like that, he'd be looking toward Aurora when he said it. Which he probably didn't. 

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Amazon is Urging Customers to Throw Away Their Hoverboards
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U of Illinois Bans Hoverboards in All Campus Buildings

URBANA, Ill. (AP) — The University of Illinois' flagship campus has broadened its ban on hoverboards to cover all of its buildings and other campus facilities...

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Illinois Lawmakwer Seeks Ban on Ammo and Firearm Taxes

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A state representative is looking to get you more bang for your buck.

Southern Illinois Democratic Representative Jerry Costello filed a measure he says would ban any extra taxes or fees imposed by local governments on the purchase of firearms or ammunition...

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Smoking Ban on Illinois College Campuses To Go Into Effect

An anti-smoking bill signed into law by former Gov. Pat Quinn is about to change where people light up on state-supported college campuses...

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Bill Would Lift Illinois Restriction on Enacting Assault Weapons Bans

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) — A lawmaker wants to undo a portion of Illinois' concealed carry law that prevents cities from banning assault weapons...

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Appeal Likely After Court Upholds Chicago Suburb’s Ban on Assault Weapons

CHICAGO (AP) — The president of the Illinois State Rifle Association says he expects an appeal of a court ruling upholding a Chicago suburb's ban on assault weapons...

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Illinois Colleges to be Smoke-Free Indoors and Out

CHICAGO (AP) — Illinois' public colleges are going smoke-free — indoors and out — starting next summer.

Gov. Pat Quinn says he's signed a law that bans indoor and outdoor smoking at all state-supported colleges and universities...

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