The Examiner reported on a bill Governor Pat Quinn signed into law that makes it easier for law enforcement to secretly record and videotape suspects of drug crimes. The ACLU of Illinois opposes this law and believes that police officers can get warrants fast enough. Communications Director Ed Yohnka spoke to their reporter:

“The fact is that police officers are able to get warrants when there’s a legitimate reason to do so in a hurry,” he said

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