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(430 ILCS 70/4)
(from Ch. 38, par. 85-4)
Acting with other groups - Size of assemblage.
It is unlawful for any group or organization or any individual acting
with the group or organization, to conduct or participate in any march,
assembly, meeting, parade, or gathering on roadways unless the march, assembly,
meeting, parade, or gathering is limited to numbers that, in the opinion of
the principal law enforcement officer, will not obstruct pedestrian or
vehicular traffic in an unreasonable manner. The principal law
enforcement officer shall, within 12 hours of receiving the notice
required by Section 5, inform the group or organization as to the
limitation on number of persons allowed to participate.
(Source: P.A. 98-320, eff. 8-12-13.)