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Letter to Editor: Leave Illinois without moving

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49140269_389330524942427_4660827410730582016_nGet ready, Illinois!

The progressive Democrat Super Majority in the Illinois General Assembly is poised to pass the same brutal laws as New York, which now permits abortions performed by non-doctors to the day of birth, and infanticide post-birth. Civilized people are repelled, but New York State lit up the One World Trade Center pink “to celebrate this achievement and shine a bright light forward for the rest of the nation to follow.”  

HB2467  is proposed to overturn Illinois' Parental Notice law.  Silly you! You don't need to know, or give permission for your 14 year old daughter to have an abortion!

And what about Illinois' “restrictive” voting laws, which still don't require a photo ID?  HB0195 would have the state mail every person on the voting rolls a ballot.  You don't even have to ask for it. Of course, there will be no fraudulent retrieval of free-floating mailed ballots!

The General Assembly hasn't represented Illinois' rural and suburban citizens for 30 years. Come to Dekalb Public Library, 309 Oak St., Saturday March 9 10:30-1:00 pm. Learn about New Illinois, a state within a state, with its own legislature.

Leave Illinois without moving. More information at New Illinois Facebook page.

Jane Carrell 

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  1. I just heard about this from a friends post but I still filled out the two forms to be sent from liveaction.org . They were supposed to be there yesterday (Weds) but I’m still sincerely hoping they’ll make SOME difference to SOME ONE! We thought what Rauner pulled was bad… that was NOTHING compared to what will happen now if it actually goes through. I can only pray for a miracle & that it does not… and pray I will.