Don't fall for fear tactics when it comes to Safe-T Act
Posted on December 19, 2022
For the Daily News/Daily Record
Illinois House Deputy Majority Leader Jehan Gordon-Booth (D-Peoria) headed up her chamber’s efforts to amend the controversial SAFE-T Act this year. The day before the bill came up for a vote, I asked her what were, in her opinion, the largest misconceptions about the 2021 social justice reform law.
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