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Attorney General Demands ISP release list of FOID card holders...

Discussion in 'Illinois Glockers' Club' started by volsbear, Mar 2, 2011.

  1. volsbear

    volsbear IWannaBeSedated Lifetime Member

    Nov 8, 2007
    Looks like Mike Madigan called in a favor from his little girl (as if she wasn't already his puppet). She directed her subordinates to write a report claiming that ISP should release the names of FOID card holders to the public.

    Today, ISP released the following statement:

    So far the ISP has resisted stating these names are confidential however clearly the Attorney General's office is on the move to get those names published. There is a bill pending that would prevent ISP from caving.
  2. IndianaMatt


    Jul 8, 2008
    This is absolutely insane. Why doesn't she focus on maybe dealing with the foreclosure crisis in Cook County, or some beneficial environmental initiative dealing with invasive species, or perhaps helping this state solve its crippling budget crisis?

    I was just amazed at the gall when I heard this story on the radio. Who is she to order other independent state agencies to follow her directives?

    Let this go all the way to the Illinois Supreme Court- there's some pretty smart people down there in Springfield, and they won't have this kind of declaratory lawmaking taking place. The justices have life tenure. They don't need to make political statements like the Madigans do. They will interpret the law for what it is, not what Cook County democrats wish it was.

    /end of rant!

  3. Jr.

    Jr. CLM

    Sep 18, 2008
    This state is doomed, budget crisis?? HOW??? I pay $44,000 per year in property taxes for 13,000sq./ft. commercial property. And thats just 1 small buisness, cant imagine how they rob the bigger buildings in Elk Grove. It seems politicians only want to handle the non important issues.
  4. jcsd2407


    Mar 19, 2011
    Southern Illinois
    Gotta love how she can focus on something that will fix none of the problems the state is facing. Maybe once their done with this Madigan will recommend an end to the death penalty...oh, wait, nevermind...