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Congresswoman Mary Miller (R-IL) issued the following statement in response to the Illinois Supreme Court’s decision to uphold J.B. Pritzker’s SAFE-T Act, which will release dangerous criminals onto the streets and eliminate cash bail in Illinois.

“Today, the Illinois Supreme Court erased the rights of crime victims by upholding the Pritzker SAFE-T Act, which will release dangerous prisoners onto our streets and make it even harder for law enforcement to protect our communities,” Miller said.

By ending cash bail and ordering the release of dangerous criminals, JB Pritzker has made our neighborhoods and our families less safe in his desperate attempt to make Illinois more radical than California so that he can run for President,” added Miller.

“Our state’s attorneys are warning that almost HALF of inmates currently in jail could be released under the SAFE-T Act, which is why 100 out of 102 State’s Attorneys opposed the bill. Please pray for crime victims and our police officers as they face the latest danger unleashed by JB Pritzker’s radical pro-crime agenda.”

Author: Press Release


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