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Illinois Sex Offenders

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State Rep. Susana Mendoza Wins House Panel OK for Bill Targeting Illinois Sex Offender DNA

(Springfield, IL) – March 11, 2011. An Illinois House panel yesterday approved legislation that would further harness the power of DNA to target criminal sex offenders and other criminals by expanding required specimen submissions to the Illinois state police. Continue reading »

Illinois Legislature: New Day, New Sex Offender Bill Approved

If Governor Pat Quinn were to propose an income tax surcharge on sex offenders, he would likely score an easily victory. Continue reading »

Illinois Legislature: Sex Offender Bills Pile Up; Illinois Senate Votes to Prohibit Sex Offenders form Public Parks

(Springfield, IL) — March 17, 2010. The Illinois State Senate yesterday voted unanimously for legislation to ban sex offenders from Illinois public parks and from loitering on side walks near parks. The Senate’s 54-0 vote on the bi-partisan measure, Senate Bill 2824, sponsored by State Senate Pam Althoff (R-Crystal Lake), comes on the heels of … Continue reading »

Illinois Legislature: State Senator Iris Martinez Pushes Retroactive Sex Offender Registration

(Springfield, IL) — February 9, 2010. State Senator Iris Martinez (D-Chicago) yesterday introduced legislation to require retroactive sex offender registration in Illinois. The measure, Senate Bill 3084, would mandate a person to register as a sex offender who was not previously required to register. If Matinez’s legislation becomes law, previously unregistered sex offenders would have … Continue reading »

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