Iowa lawmakers are considering several bills aimed at enhancing gun rights, but critics say some of the measures are “pro-criminal” and will lead to more violence. According to the Des Moines Register, multiple bills have been introduced this year, ranging from one that would amend the state constitution to effectively eliminate all gun regulations to another that would “permit a shoot-to-kill response by anyone who believes he’s being threatened with [...]
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The state of Illinois has reached a new level of broke. Come Monday, it won’t have enough cash to bury its indigent dead.
Illinois officials sent a letter to more than 600 funeral directors around the state to let them know there’s no money for funerals for individuals on public assistance.
“We got that letter,” said Jonathon Szykowny, owner and director of Szykowny Funeral Home. “I’m [...]