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With smoke shops popping up in neighborhoods across the city, at least one local panel is formally calling on the state legislature to create clearer language in the current legislation for unlicensed commercial and retail sale of marijuana and other cannabis products.
The program would be the first of its kind in the country. The bill, sponsored by state Rep. Michael Tryon of Crystal Lake, requires plastic bag and wrapper manufacturers to establish collection sites within 10 miles of Illinois residents in 90 percent of counties by 2014. Tryon hopes the bill can be agreed upon for a free program for tax payers.
Illinois legislation is advancing that would regulate decades-old but debated technology used to reach previously inaccessible natural gas reserves deep underground.The state Senate on Thursday unanimously sent to the House a bill addressing hydraulic fracturing, or fracking. That technology involves using mixtures of water, sand and chemicals to free below-ground energy reserves.The Senate bill comes as energy companies are pushing to prospect possible drilling sites using fracking in southern Illinois.The legislation would allow the state's Department of Natural Resources to regulate fracking. It also would require energy companies to publicly disclose the chemical composition of the fluids used and test the integrity of the cement and steel well casings meant to protect groundwater during drilling.Environmentalists are guarded about the technology because of possible pollution.
The Houston Texans have selected Illinois defensive end Whitney Mercilus with the 26th overall pick in the NFL draft.The 6-foot-3, 261-pound Mercilus is an early-entry junior who only started for one season in college. He led the nation in sacks (16) and forced fumbles (8). He earned All-Big Ten honors and won the 2011 Ted Hendricks award.The Texans finished 10-6 last season and won their first AFC South title to earn the franchise's first playoff berth.Houston took some key losses in free agency, with career sacks leader Mario Williams, right tackle Eric Winston and right guard Mike Brisiel signing with other teams. The Texans cut Winston and traded All-Pro linebacker DeMeco Ryans to Philadelphia.The San Francisco 49ers have taken another step to boost their receiving corps, selecting Illinois wideout A.J. Jenkins with the 30th pick in the NFL draft.Jenkins will join a unit that already features Randy Moss, Mario Manningham and Michael Crabtree on the reigning NFC West champion 49ers, who lost in overtime of the NFC title game to the eventual Super Bowl champion New York Giants.Jenkins had 90 catches last season for 1,276 yards and eight touchdowns.San Francisco has all 11 defensive starters back. This became a drastically different draft for GM Trent Baalke, whose selections the past two years became immediate impact players - offensive linemen Anthony Davis and Mike Iupati and then linebacker Aldon Smith, who had 14 sacks last season as a rookie.
Piatt County is hosting their second spring electronic recycling event today.The Piatt County Soil and Water Conservation District is hosting an electronic recycling event today from 8 am to 4 pm at their Piatt County Office. Jonathon Manuel, Resource Conservationist at the Piatt County Soil Water Conservation District, explains the trailer takes any items from televisions to window air conditioners to batteries.[audio:42512ecycling1.mp3] [/audio]Manuel explains the collections started out as a way to assist Piatt County and farmers who would find items thrown in their ditches or dirt paths in the country. He feels this has significantly reduced the amount of dumped electronics throughout the county roads.[audio:42512ecycling2.mp3] [/audio]With new statewide landfill regulations requiring landfills to deny, electronic items are no longer allowed in the state's landfills, and electronic recycling programs are becoming increasingly popular. Manuel hopes the state regulation and increases in electronic recycling programs help the landfills last longer.[audio:42512ecycling3.mp3] [/audio]The electronic recycling program is today and runs from 8 am to 4 pm at the Monticello USDA Parking Lot on the east side at 1201 A Bear Lane.The program is free of charge but good will donations will be accepted to help cover the cost of gas for the trailers. Items accepted include: batteries, cameras, televisions, computers, fax machines, power strips and other cables. Items NOT accepted include: refrigerators, freezers, washers, dryers, dishwashers and hot water heaters.To learn more or find out if an item is acceptable or not you can contact Jonathon Manuel at 217-762-2146 Ext. 3.
School buses might be the next victim of the Illinois budget crisis.Education officials are considering a proposal to let schools stop offering free bus service. They could either get rid of the buses or charge for carrying students each day.The change would be part of a new system for distributing state money for student transportation. The State Board of Education could introduce legislation this week.The Illinois Association of School Boards says transportation spending has been slashed 42% since 2010.That has left school district struggling to pay for bus service. Officials warn that more cuts will increase the pressure to divert money from education and spend it on simply getting students to school.
In 2005, the Illinois General Assembly passed into law the Methamphetamine Control and Community Protection Act. The Act was designed to combat the rising tide of meth use and distribution, particularly in rural regions of Illinois. According to the sponsor of that legislation, State Representative Chapin Rose, provisions of the Act unintentionally excluded low-level and first time meth possession offenders from receiving treatment from TASC, Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities, which is a more rigorous sentencing option employed by Illinois courts to ensure that offenders rehabilitate and prove to the Court that they remain drug free.
The judge who presided over the trials of former Gov. Rod Blagojevich will speak on the Eastern Illinois University campus in Charleston on Thursday.U.S. District Judge James B. Zagel will talk about "The Breach of Public Trust" at the Doudna Fine Arts Center. A question & answer session will follow the free talk.Zagel sentenced Blagojevich earlier this year to 14 years in a federal prison.The judge is also a former Cook County prosecutor. He's also written a number of legal books and has published a novel, "Money to Burn."
4-17-12 sl 6aIt's Earth Week around the country.Richland Community College is taking this week to raise awareness centered around environmentally friendly habits. Ben Newton is the Sustainability Coordinator at Richland, he feels things we can do may seem small to us but can have a great impact on the environment. He encourages people to remember the three R's of Earth Week: reduce, reuse, and recycle.[audio:rccearthweek1.mp3] [/audio]RCC is offering two free classes this coming Thursday. The first class, Newton explains, they have arranged for a guest speaker to come in and discuss better ways better ways to heat and cool, insulate and measures to take to have more energy efficient homes. The class is recommended for home builders, remodelers, and general contractors. Realtors and energy consultants are also welcome to be a part of the class.[audio:rccearthweek2.mp3] [/audio]The second opportunity is a night class and Newton notes this is an opportunity for home owners to learn how to make their homes more energy efficient.Newton feels there is sometimes a misconception when it comes to quote-"going green". He says you do not have to always take extreme measures, it is simple and basic things that go a long ways in helping the environment.[audio:rccearthweek3.mp3] [/audio]Throughout the week Richland will have activities to promote Earth Week. For a list of the activities or to learn more about their Thursday classes you can contact Ben Newton with a phone call to 217-875-7211 ext. 220 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Retired American race car driver and two-time Indianapolis 500 winner Al Unser Jr. has pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated and racing on a New Mexico freeway. Unser pleaded guilty on Wednesday, just a day before he was set to go to trial for aggravated DWI, drag racing and reckless driving. He was arrested in September. 350c69d7ab