The Illinois General Assembly was busy getting new laws on the books before leaving on their recess. Each January new laws take effect so it is up to us to know what we're in for. As always some pertain to alcohol and driving-Sen. Jason Barickman’s SB 627/PA 99-0467 requires individuals convicted of two or more DUIs or reckless homicide convictions to install a Breath Alcohol Ignition Interlock Device as a condition of a Restricted Driving Permit.
Another involves something I've never heard of: The sale of powdered alcohol will be prohibited to anyone under 18. What is powdered alcohol?
And continuing on-It will not be lawful for dog owners to leave their dogs outside for a prolonged length up time in extreme weather (heat or cold).
Pumpkin pie will be the state pie
Irreconcilable differences will be the only grounds for divorce.
The Bobcat taken off the endangered species in Illinois and will be a huntable animal
The age to get a hunting license rises from 16 to 18