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  1. Oh, and the penalties for instructors falsifying training documents. (class A misdemeanor)
  2. The only one I can think of off the top of my head is that lost or stolen firearms must be reported to local law enforcement within 72 hours of the discovery that the firearm is missing. I think it was effective 01/01/2014? It wasn't in original curriculum, I remember adding it in.
  3. Any update yet with 3-hour renewal curriculum?
  4. Well, if your dog's name is Wally, that would qualify. Congrats and stay safe.
  5. From section 65 of the FCCA: Just to clarify what others have said, they must post a sign at the entrance of a building, premises, or real property. It is my belief they would need to post both the entrance to the real property (parking lot) AND the building. But for private property not covered by the 23 categories of prohibited areas specified in the law, if the entrance to the building, premises, or real property is not posted, it is not a prohibited area.
  6. It is my understanding that the legislature has 30 days from the date the bill passed both houses to send it to the governor, regardless of the date the legislative session ends. There are still clerks working in Springfield.
  7. And it falls well within the scope of the 2A--knives are "arms." QFT
  8. Except for the residency requirements, they should accept it. But then again, this is Illinois...
  9. Mail the form to your parents out of state so they can sign and have it notarized. Then they can mail it to you or ISP, depending.
  10. $$ So, if you're a judge, you're supposed to form an opinion first, then find case law from other jurisdictions to support your opinion, instead of reading the relevant case law and basing your opinion on that. Okay, got it! $$
  11. I find it curious that in the Order and Memorandum, the judge cites cases from OUTSIDE the 7th Circuit (Masciandro, for example) that contradict Moore v. Madigan, which is the most recent, on point precedent in this circuit.
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