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Topic - Donne Trotter
Illinois state Sen. Donne Trotter, a Democrat, was accused of trying to board a plane headed to Washington with a gun. He pleaded guilty to reckless conduct and avoided felony charges — good for him because a felony conviction could have lost Mr. Trotter his job and pension.
The loudest advocates of gun control are well protected. President Obama said he wants more laws restricting firearms ownership because, in his hometown of Chicago, "there's an awful lot of violence, and they're not using AK-47s, they're using cheap handguns."
Because Inauguration Day falls on a Sunday this time, President Obama will hold a small, private swearing-in ceremony on Jan. 20 and stage a big public redo the next day.
He told officers he has the gun for a job he works with a security firm and forgot it was in his bag before he went to the airport.
Mr. Trotter announced Saturday he will not seek the 2nd Congressional District seat, explaining that solving the area's economic and other problems was too important to allow his legal "situation to detract from what needs to be front and center."