The neighbors are at it again . . . .
The proposal - which specifically bans the AK-47, AR-15 and TEC-9 - was first reported by The Associated Press.
"It's very clear that these particular weapons are not designed to do anything but to have human targets," Quinn told reporters in Chicago.
Meanwhile – Chicago continues it’s plunge into some kind of science-fiction, post-apocalyptic hell hole.
April 12, 2012|By Jeremy Gorner, Chicago Tribune reporter
- Homicides in Chicago soared by 60 percent in the first three months of 2012, continuing a troublesome trend that began late last year. Nonfatal shootings also rose sharply in the first quarter, Police Department statistics show.
The worsening violence comes as the Emanuel administration touts its efforts to combat gang crime and add officers and resources to some of the city's most dangerous neighborhoods.
Hope and Change . . . . . hope and change . . . .