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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    March 06, 2014



    Hoffman never misses an opportunity to stick it to the taxpayers. Now, that he is in a safe house seat, he real liberalism is in full bloom.

    Frank K

    He is not mandating it, just making it available if a city wants the cameras. I believe, as it stands now only the Chicago area or up North, is permitted. I believe the interest in it is from School Districts that want safer intersections.


    Ron, stick it to the taxpayers??? Won't cost you a penny unless you run a red light. Are you now an advocate for running red lights??

    Diane, Frank is correct. Current law only permits cameras in cities of more than a million population. Hoffman's bill would ALLOW any city in Illinois the same opportunity. ALLOW, a far cry from MANDATE.

    Diane Meyer

    Well, you all could be correct, the news reports did make it seem as though he wanted them everywhere. But my real point was the cameras are coming down locally more than going up. Illinois is sort of behind the game.


    Miracle of miracles----I agree with Rand on something.

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