Tuesday, November 29, 2022
- It’s still unclear what – if any – changes will be made to Illinois’ so-called “SAFE-T Act” before one of its major components takes effect.
- The Illinois Department of Transportation has designated Interstate 74 as one of the state’s “alternative fuel corridors” to help people traveling with electric vehicles.
- Danville High School was ready to open a family health clinic in its basement last spring, but that was delayed by almost a year.
- The Urbana City Council gave their final approval last night to an eight-month delay in the opening deadline for the Hotel Royer.
In today’s deep dive, we’ll hear from a Loyola University researcher about the SAFE-T Act, which will give judges more discretion about which people to keep in jail before their trials and eliminate cash bail in Illinois.
217 Today is produced by Sydney Wood. Reporting today contributed by Alex Degman, Michelle O’Neill, Emily Hays, Jim Meadows and Shannon Heffernan.