He calls the act “the pinnacle of bipartisanship,” something he says would be difficult to pull off in the current Congress.
The proceeds would be turned over to the Department of Healthcare and Family Services to be distributed to the families.
“It’s either a right, or it’s not,” says National Rifle Association lobbyist Todd Vandermyde. “The courts have clearly said it’s a right.”
“Don’t repeat the mistakes of the past,” said former death row inmate and Witness to Innocence representative Randy Steidl.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill . (IRN) — Have you ever stopped to think about how much money Illinois budgeted for many agencies compared to what it spent?