New laws to protect minors
Illinois residents have a few more days to research the more than 150 new laws which will go into effect on Jan. 1.
On Thursday, Bureau County State’s Attorney Patrick Herrmann said the general public is held responsible for compliance with the new laws. The best way for the public to learn about the new laws is generally through the media. There is also a register through the Illinois General Assembly website which publishes the new laws each year. As state’s attorney, he is kept informed about new laws that pertain to his office through the bar association and/or a state’s attorney association, Herrmann said.
Some of the new laws dealing with the protection of children and teens are as follows:
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