The personal cost of Illinois’ depraved priorities

Mark Glennon  |  December 6, 2018

“ABC Chicago reported further on its investigation revealing a backlog in looking at DNA evidence that has help stall 750 murder investigations. It’s part of why Illinois solves fewer murder cases than any state in the nation – for Chicago, just one in 20. … Illinois has its priorities: A constitutional right for union leaders to spike their taxpayer-guaranteed pensions by working for their unions, while DNA evidence for 750 murders goes ignored for want of 11 new workers who surely would cost less than the pensions.”

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