Illinois lawmakers used the final hours of their legislative session to pass a transformational criminal justice plan that includes a number of provisions long sought after by the far Left.
Should Gov. J.B. Pritzker, a Democrat, sign the bill into law, the state could soon see the elimination of cash bail for almost all criminal offenses, a revamping of the state’s reporting system against police officers, and sweeping regulations on how law enforcement interacts with the public.
“We are fundamentally changing the way that we do criminal justice in this state. We are fundamentally changing the way that law