The legislative session ended last Friday without the Illinois Senate voting on a house bill that would have allowed citizens to record police in public.
Illinois Senator Mike Noland blocked the house bill and tried to pass his own bill that would've required citizens to notify police before recording them.
Now, he's amended the bill so only police would be required to notify citizens that they're being audio recorded.
This amended bill is on the Illinois Senate schedule to be introduced this fall, during November's veto session.
Illinois Senator Noland tells us he will also try to gain enough support from lawmakers by holding public hearings on the bill later this summer.
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