Official proposes bullet tax to curb Chicago crime
Pay & shoot » She says getting a nickel for each bullet and $25 for each firearm sold will help.
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"I could envision a coalition of different groups saying, ‘Wait a minute, you are making us financially responsible for the Cook County government’s inability to hold down spending?" he said.
While Arulanandam promised that the NRA "will jump on this issue," and perhaps sue, Preckwinkle said she wasn’t worried about a lawsuit.
"You’re welcome to sue," she said. "We’ve looked at this and we believe we can survive any challenge."
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