State Representative Dan Caulkins is critical of the Governor's plan to reopen the State of Illinois over a prolonged period.
He says the reopening of the State doesn't mean Illinois residents and its business community is going to be reckless about it. He feels businesses should be able to ask their customers to wear masks as well as require proper social distancing.
The Decatur Republican says people see through the one business being able to be opened but not others. He believes we're going to make criminals of ordinary people because of the civil disobedience this is going to result in.
Rep. Caulkins suspects the Pritzker administration will threaten licenses to be revoked for businesses that reopen when local leaders tell them they can.