Four Democrats on the Illinois Supreme Court tossed the Independent Map amendment from the Nov. 8 ballot, then refused to say how any voter-driven initiative could ever pass their review. Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan’s minions filed the suit that succeeded in stopping voters from seeing the question despite a petition signed by 563,974 voters.
Four Democrats on the Illinois Supreme Court tossed the Independent Map amendment from the Nov. 8 ballot, then refused to say how any voter-driven initiative could ever pass their review. Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan’s minions filed the suit that succeeded in stopping voters from seeing the question despite a petition signed by 563,974 voters. Eric Alley Illinois Policy
Four Democrats on the Illinois Supreme Court tossed the Independent Map amendment from the Nov. 8 ballot, then refused to say how any voter-driven initiative could ever pass their review. Illinois House Speaker Mike Madigan’s minions filed the suit that succeeded in stopping voters from seeing the question despite a petition signed by 563,974 voters. Eric Alley Illinois Policy