IL Legislators Push More Policing Measures; Will Any Pass In Election Year?

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The fallout over the killing of Chicago’s Laquan McDonald and other police-involved shootings has led to a wave of proposed Illinois legislation to overhaul how police interact with the public, including measures that would require all Chicago police officers to wear body cameras and police departments throughout Illinois to rely on nonlethal force when dealing
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