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The state's attorney, Steve Pitt, said the regulation reflects the state's vested interest in protecting women's health.
Preckwinkle maintains the hoped-for revenue of more than $200 million a year will avoid layoffs of doctors, nurses, state's attorneys, public defenders and jail guards.
Video from the body cameras is shared on a regular basis with the state's attorney, and there have been fewer than a half-dozen Freedom of Information Act requests from the public for such videos, Matson and Lalley said.
Washington state's attorney general sued Monday to stop the new rules from taking effect.
The indictments relate to incidents alleged to have occurred in April and June in the area of 14th Street and Dugdale in North Chicago, according to the state's attorney's office.
The police were assigned to Cook County state's attorney Edward V. Hanrahan
The 40-year-old Vignarajah previously led the city state's attorney's Major Investigations Unit.
If Issue 2 passes and is challenged in court, four Issue 2 supporters would get to defend the law along with the state's attorney general.
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