Som Bad Numbers I like this ap though some of the in district numbers are wrong. Specificly, Rep Derrick Smith. There may be more
Cant look up anything Sucks it is so archaic to use.
Nice program I like to stay up to date on the issues.
-Revised Representative & Senate Lists for the 2015 legislative session and updated contact details for all Representatives and Senators.
-Included latest office and email data
Changes in Last Major Release:
-Added Senate District Maps
-Fixed News Display Issue - Now shows RSS Feeds
-Fixed bug on Rep Display List
Constitution of the State of Illinois
Last update 2011-08-10
Last update 2011-08-10
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I Article I. Bill of Rights
II Article II. The Powers of the State
III Article III. Suffrage and Elections
IV Article IV. The Legislature
V Article V. The Executive
VI Article VI. The Judiciary
VII Article VII. Local Government
VIII Article VIII. Finance
IX Article IX. Revenue
X Article X. Education
XI Article XI. Environment
XII Article XII. Militia
XIII Article XIII. General Provisions
XIV Article XIV. Constitutional Revision
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For lawyers, civil servants, officials, students, dissidents and any citizen who wants to know the laws.
Use it with 'smartLEGES LITE', the international laws and codes manager for Android.
- SmartLeges Lite free reader has to be installed on your device to be able to read the associated document. Search it in the Android Market.
- External memory space is needed to save the associated document.
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A field guide to Illinois law. Made for non-lawyers. Get easy to understand legal tools for issues like divorce, custody, criminal records, small claims, eviction, foreclosure, unemployment, name change, guardianship and more. Plain language legal information includes FAQs, step-by-step instructions and referrals to helpful organizations. This is a handy tool for Illinois families, consumers, workers, tenants, landlords, homeowners and more. Takes the fear out of going to court!
This application is about empowering the CCW (concealed or open carry permit) holder (or anyone who wishes to lawfully transport a firearm in any state.) It gives you the direct information that you need to follow the maze of arcane, complicated, and dissimilar gun laws in each state and in each situation. It provides all this information with an easy-to-use User Interface. Join the 30,000+ people who have already downloaded the #1 gun app on Google Play!
UNIQUE: This application comes with a convenient map, useful in planning a trip. Choose (and save) your current permit or permits (both Resident and Non-Resident) to see which states recognize YOUR permits. Shows a map (and list) of States in which YOU, specifically, can legally carry. See, at a glance, states in which to plan your next vacation, or plan your interstate-travel to avoid locations where you cannot carry. Type in & save details and notes for each permit.
This application puts all the power in your hands. You can easily access and review the relevant firearm laws and prohibitions for every state. This app shows you the actual gun laws, so you do not have to rely on someone else’s interpretation. Find the prohibited locations, transportation rules, permit process, and more for every state! Also provides direct links to the laws themselves, so you can research any open questions. It includes the pertinent federal laws. For specific locations (such as restaurants serving alcohol), see the quick allowed status, as well as click for details and laws. Also includes "duty to notify" laws for each state(when available) for contact with a police officer, such as a traffic stop. The key information does not require internet connection; it’s located right on your phone!
The app now includes updates to the laws without having to download a new version. Every time the app is updated with new or modified laws, it will prompt you to download the latest (usually takes only a few seconds). These changes stay with the app, and are available offline once downloaded! All information within the app (except "nearby location search") is stored locally on your device, and can be used whether or not you have internet access.
Review information direct from the state governments and law enforcement authorities: State Statutes for each state, Direct Reciprocity Information, CCW Application forms, State FAQs, and more. This compiled list of "best" links lets you directly see the details.
Interactive state maps show any scenario: All the states recognizing a specific permit, all the permits that a specific state allows, state map of type of permit available, map of states recognizing your permits. Click on any state to see the details for that state!
Find and contact (one touch dialing, mapping to office, email, and URL) local authorities in each state.
Find local points of interest, anywhere in the country! (training, ranges, gun shops, repair)
Automatically pull up the laws for your current state location based on GPS.
Ability to customize and save your preferences (background pictures on or off, map display preference, etc...). Save your list of permits, for easy recognition. Allows you to store your permit number, expiration and notes as well.
As featured in the Safety Solutions Academy podcast (http://www.safetysolutionsacademy.com/archives/707)
This application is ad-free. No annoying advertisements or messages.
Disclaimer: If unsure about legality of carrying or transporting in specific location or situation, contact local law enforcement or legal counsel. Laws change frequently and are subject to interpretation. This application implies no warranty and does not constitute legal advice. By using this app, you agree to hold the app authors and owners harmless and without liability. Official versions of all laws are held by each state. You are responsible for abiding by all applicable laws. Please see full Disclaimer on Developer Website (below).
Posted! - Carry List Anti-Gun Locations:
This application is for any gun owner! The purpose of this app is for the legal and conscientious concealed carry license holder to know where they cannot legally carry before getting there. A licensed permit holder or a resident of a constitutional carry state can usually legally carry their firearm in any location other than statutory "no carry" locations such as schools, gov. buildings, etc., and in businesses that are posted prohibiting firearms. This is a list of those Posted Anti-Gun businesses.
This #1-selling app of its kind (both on Google Play and iTunes) already includes over 12,000 current anti-gun locations.
Find hotels where you can’t carry before booking a trip to one. Find restaurants where you cannot carry before making dinner plans. Find stores to avoid before you step out the door. It is extremely inconvenient to not find out until you get to a location that they prohibit your second amendment rights. You have to either disarm in the parking lot (causing your vehicle to be a target for thieves) or go somewhere else at the last second. If you know beforehand, you can avoid the places that prohibit carry, or you can leave your firearm at home if you must attend.
We have a comprehensive list of "Posted anti-gun" locations collected in Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and Wisconsin. We have assembled smaller lists in Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Delaware, Idaho, Louisiana, Maryland, Massachusetts, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Utah, Washington, West Virginia, and Wyoming; provided by many great gun forums and sites with their permission. Since it is crowd-sourced by users like you, please help the list continue to grow!
This app includes the ability to call or email a listed business to let them know your opinion! Also has capability to add pro-gun alternatives that do not prohibit carry. Search for substitutes to the anti-gun businesses. Easily add new ones to the list every time you experience firearm-friendly service.
Laws regarding signage, and prohibited locations (no sign needed) vary by state. To understand your state’s specific laws, download "CCW" (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ryan.ccw).
This list is user-updated, and will continue to get better over time. But this relies on you! If you go to a place not on the list and they have a sign, please add it with a few clicks via the "Add a Business" button! If a place had taken down their sign, get it removed the same way! If you already have a list of anti-gun businesses in your area or state, send us an email. We would love to include any data you have collected, and give you credit for it!
If you experience any bugs or issues, please email (using "Feedback" button or "App Support" page) before leaving a review.
Disclaimer: This application implies no warranty regarding the ability to legally carry in any locale or situation and does not constitute legal advice. Every user is responsible for knowing and abiding by the laws in his or her state. Some areas are illegal to carry by statute, even without signage. If unsure, contact local law enforcement or legal counsel. All information provided is simply the opinion of various users who added the location. Each state’s laws vary significantly, especially on statutory locations. By downloading and/or purchasing the application, you agree that you assume all risk and are responsible for confirming legality and abiding by all firearm laws. The developers of the Posted! application disclaim all responsibility and liability for data included in or missing from the application.
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This app contains over 400 of the most influential documents, laws, speeches, and court cases in U.S. history. See the dramatic items which shaped our nation’s history in this extremely readable and convenient format.
Sort the documents chronologically or by type of document and importance.
Sort the documents chronologically or by type of document and importance.
Search for words or phrases in all documents, or in specific documents.
Besides just reading documents, this app has many useful features, available on an easy-to-use graphical toolbar. Includes:
-Add (and remove) notes anywhere in the document
-Highlight useful words or phrases
-Email any documents (including your notes)
-Save your changes for later viewing
-Remove customizations and go back to "original" document
All documents are stored locally on your Android Device, for easy reference.
-Declaration of Independence
-Articles of Confederation
-Complete collection of the Anti-Federalist Papers
-Complete collection of the Federalist Papers
-Many more Colonial, pre-colonial, and founding fathers’ documents.
- Gettysburg Address
-Star Spangled Banner
-Important Federal Laws (including Federal Judiciary Act, Alien and Sedition Acts, Interstate Commerce Act , Lend-Lease Act , and many more)
-Important Speeches by Presidents and other leaders (including Ronald Reagan, John F. Kennedy, Patrick Henry, Martin Luther King, Abraham Lincoln, and more)
-Important Civil Rights milestones (including Emancipation Proclamation, Civil Rights Act and more)
-War documents (including Declaration of War in WWI and WWII, Surrender of Japan, Surrender of Germany, and more)
-Famous Court Cases (including Brown v. Board of Education, Marbury v. Madison, Miranda v. Arizona, District of Columbia v. Heller, and more)
-Treaties shaping our nation’s history (including Treaty of Paris, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, Treaty of Fort Laramie, and more)
-Influential Executive Orders (Desegregation, Peace Corps, and more)
-MANY MORE DOCUMENTS!