Hearing today in central Illinois in Illinois Politics Posted January 19, 2023 at 03:09 PM On 1/18/2023 at 6:59 PM, GunCollector said: I watched WGN news at 6:30PM today and they interviewed a Kent Law School professor on the Effingham case. Unfortunately he really didn't comment on the case, instead gave a speech on the lawlessness of the sheriff's who are refusing to enforce the law. Basically said how disgraceful it is, how they can't pick and choose etc. I don't think it educated anyone but it did make the sheriff's look bad, and probably didn't help the collective in the court of public opinion. Law school professors - and most judges - hhhhhhate the idea of nullification outside the realm of their pet institutions that are populated and controlled by their minions. Thomas Jefferson disagreed: "...a nullification is the rightful remedy" for blatantly unconstitutional acts. I'll go with Jefferson's opinion over that twit on the proper course of action.