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Illinois Senate Passes Blunt Wrap Ban

CHICAGO -- In a unanimous 45-0 vote, the Illinois Senate approved a bill earlier this week that would make blunt wraps, or individual tobacco wrappers used to make cigars, drug paraphernalia, reported.

If approved by the House, possession of such a wrap -- whether in the form of a sheet or tube -- would be considered a misdemeanor.
The bill, SB3734, was introduced by Sen. Kwame Raoul, a Democrat from Chicago, in an attempt to fight drug use, according to the report.

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