Make A Terrorist Threats In Illinois, May Land You In Jail For Long Time

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(KPLR) - An SIUE terror threat prompts a change to keep those convicted of terrorist threats behind bars longer in Illinois.
State Senator Bill Haine pushed to change the law after an SIUE student served only half of his sentence for a terrorist threat because of quote "good conduct" in prison.

The bill limits the amount of credit offenders can receive each month, ensuring they serve at least 85 percent of their sentence.

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