No more court supervision for drivers busted going more than 25-miles-an-hour over the speed limit. State Representative Sid Mathias says lawmakers passed the bill because some drivers were getting off too easy.
A man in Illinois received seven supervisions within a few years' time - two of them within a week. That man killed a Frankfort teenager. The bill is called "Julie's Law" in her honor.
If signed by Governor Quinn, it would take away a person's chances of getting court supervision if they're caught driving more than 25-miles-an-hour over the limit on local roads and 30 on highways.