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Illinois AG seeks extension on gun-permit appeal 



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Illinois AG seeks extension on gun-permit appeal 

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      • Category: Chicago

      Legal fight settled over Chicago parking meters

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        Ill. lawmaker gets community service in gun case

          Illinois state Sen. Donne Trotter (AP Photo/John Smierciak, File)

          An Illinois state senator accused of trying to board a Washington, D.C.-bound flight with a gun pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor Wednesday and was sentenced to community service.

          A judge sentenced Donne Trotter to 60 hours of community service and a year of court supervision for the

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          • Written by The Chicago Defender
          • Category: Chicago