More laws, more safeguards, more requirements
Increased penalties for people convicted of terrorism, Facebook requests by employers, and the possession of shark fins are the subjects of three new laws on the Illinois books.
More than 150 new laws are now in place and ready for enforcement, as of Jan. 1, according to the Illinois General Assembly website. Among the new laws are the following:
• Terrorism (HB 5121/PA 97‐990): Provides that a prisoner convicted of an attempt to commit terrorism must serve at least 85 percent of their sentence, rather than the customary 50 percent.
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