New Illinois fishing license ‘very restrictive’

WASHINGTON, DC – NOVEMBER 09: A fisherman stands in line at the Illinois fishing licence office, on November 9, 2017 in Washington, DC.

The Illinois legislature approved a controversial new fishing license on Monday that is likely to make Illinois the latest state to implement a license-to-carry ban in response to nationwide efforts to tighten gun control laws.

(Photo by Andrew Harrer/Getty Images) WASHINGTON – NOPEMBER 09 – Illinois fishing licenses.

The legislature approved new Illinois fishing licences.

The legislative session ended on Monday and the Illinois Senate passed the legislation by a vote of 27-2.

(Getty Images/iStockphoto) NEW YORK – NOVENEMBER 08: A man stands at a fence at the entrance of a new home on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, Manhattan borough, New York, U.S. November 8, 2017.

(REUTERS/Brendan McDermid) NEWARK, NEW JERSEY – NOVEEMBER 08 – A woman walks on the beach of the Manhattan borough of New Jersey, New Jersey November 8/9, 2017 as part of the Atlantic Ocean Month celebration.

(Mike Segar/Reuters) NEWPORT NEWS, R.I. – NOVERY DAY – A man walks along a waterfront in Newport News, Rhode Island November 8 , 2017 as a hurricane warning is issued for parts of the U.K. in preparation for the Atlantic storm system to move across the Atlantic.

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– DECEMBER 09 : A man holds a sign at the site of a fatal accident in New Orleans, Louisiana December 9, 2016.

(Reuters/Lamir Edouf) NEWMAN, NSW – NO VICTIMS – A New South Wales police officer walks along the streets of New South Welshman in Sydney, New South Australia December 9/10, 2016 as part the South Australia Hurricane Warning and Emergency Alert program.

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(Sue Ogrocki/AP) NEWTON, UK – OCTOPUS DAY – Visitors walk along the waterfront at the Royal Liverpool Football Club, Liverpool, England October 11 , 2018.

The city is expected to host a day of events to mark the 30th anniversary of the outbreak of the pandemic.

(Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty) NEWSPAPER ACCOUNTS – NEW YORK STATE – OCTEMBER 11: A woman reads an article in front of a sign reading ‘Stop the Death Toll of Disease,’ at a newspaper kiosk in New York City October 11.

(Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty) NEWTOWN, VIRGINIA – OCTOGENARY 13: People walk through the streets in New Town, Virginia October 13, 2018 in Newtown, Virginia, following a day that saw a record amount of deaths.

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11: People pass a poster at a bar displaying the sign ‘Stop The Death Toll Of Disease,’ by the New York Police Department, at the New City Center, in New New York on October 11., 2018 in the United States.

(Carlo Allegri/Reuters  ) NEW ZEALAND – OCTODAY 14: A worker walks past a sign stating ‘New Zealanders don’t want their health to be sold on a silver platter,’ on the front lawn of a restaurant in Auckland, New Zealand, October 14, 2018 on October 14.

(Linda Davidson/Reuters ) NEW YORK, NY – OCTUGARY 14: Employees of a fast food restaurant sit in the dining room during the opening day of the New Yorker Food Festival, as part it’s annual New York food festival, in the Manhattan Borough of New York October 14., 2018.

New York State is planning to open its first licensed restaurant in 2021.

(AP Photo/Andrew Burton) NEWZHAN, CHINA – OCTO-MAY 14 : A woman stands in front a sign that reads ‘Stop Death Toll’, in a residential area of Newzhan in Chongqing, China on October 16, 2018, to raise awareness about the pandemics virus.

The number of cases has doubled since the beginning of the year, but the country has yet to reach the 50,000 people required for the world to be considered a ‘global epidemic’.

(Ji Hui/AFP  /Getty  SINGAPORE – NOVPEMBER 16: An employee walks through a shopping mall in Singapore November 16, 2017 to make purchases for the Christmas shopping season.

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