A long time ban on juggling in the forest preserves of Cook County Illinois has been lifted!
According to a report in the Chicago Sun-Times:
Forest preserve commissioners were in clean-up mode during their Wednesday meeting. They cleared off the books some old — and possibly illegal — ordinances and better defined “misconduct rules,” including what constitutes indecent exposure on the forest preserve links.
This included removing ordinances against juggling, acrobatic feats, and fortune telling.
We’re glad that Cook County officials finally realized that JUGGLING IS NOT A CRIME!
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