New Illinois law bans use of police ticket quotas Chicago Tribune Legislation signed Sunday by Gov. Pat Quinn bans Illinois police departments from assigning ticket quotas and evaluating officers based on how many citations they issue. Quinn, a Democrat, said the new law will allow police to use their judgment in deciding whether to ticket a driver.
Sir Ken Robinson is an expert on creativity, education and the economy. His ideas to revolutionize education challenge conventional wisdom and inspire a new approach to the educational system. He is just one of the many inspiring speakers at the Legislative Summit.
Comeback for statutes of repose? This Supreme Court term it was slim pickings for preemption cases. CTS Corp. v. Waldburger is one of just two preemption cases this term. While it is a victory for state legislatures and preemption, it is probably a Pyrrhic one.