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The Safety, Accountability, Fairness and Equity-Today Act, known as the SAFE-T Act, passed with the backing of the Illinois Legislative Black Caucus in the early hours of Jan. 13, 2021.

After multiple versions on multiple different bills with countless changes over 3 days, Dems filed their final Defund Police Bill of 764 pages at 3:04 a.m. to HB 3653 ... debate started at 4:02 a.m.  I am telling you right now, not a single person in this Senate Chamber knows what the final provisions of this bill are.  Citizens of Illinois - ask those who vote Yes - how could they possibly digest 764 pages in less than an hour?  I'm voting NO!

-Senator Chapin Rose, via Facebook

 
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WHO VOTED FOR THE
SAFE-T ACT?

HOUSE AND SENATE VOTES 

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REPEAL SAFE-T ACT
Numerous county and municipal boards throughout Illinois are passing bi-partisan resolutions to REPEAL the SAFE-T Act. Why? Communities can't afford continued crime increases. Illinois families and citizens deserve better. A sample resolution is posted below from Naperville, Illinois. Other communities may adopt the same type of resolution. Contact Safe Suburbs if you'd like them to assist with drafting a resolution.