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Illinois Republicans push bill to Chicago from the rest of the state: Rural areas do not separate equally represented’

nearvideo Illinois Republicans consider the push to separate Chicago from the rest of the state

State of Illinois, have presented to the Republicans to turn a house resolution, the blue city in his own state. State REP Brad Halbrook, a co-sponsor of the bill, she explains.

Some Illinois Republicans do not believe that the state, the rural areas of fair representation by the city of Chicago, the oversized influence and are now pushing the “Windy City” disconnect from the rest of the state.

On “Fox & Friends” Monday, state Rep. Brad Halbrook (R) stated that in many States, including New York, California and Illinois, “compression”, the state’s policy to dominate space.

“The rural parts are not represented equally,” said Halbrook, complain about burdensome regulations for businesses, and a “piling on” of debts by Chicago.

Halbrook said the system, designed by the US Constitution is not “just work” in Illinois.

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“The goal is to be a new Illinois,” he told host Steve Doocy said that the proposal — which has virtually no chance to explain the past — you would call-on Congress, Chicago the 51st state.

Halbrook, said every year the state loses, the number of residents equal to the size of the city of Peoria.

According to a new report from the Pew Trusts’ Stateline, the resolution supports that of Halbrook now eight Republican co-sponsors in the state house, as well as the growing support of conservative activists.

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The statement “$221 million Euro rescue package” for the city pension system last year, and says that “the majority of the residents in downstate Illinois do not agree with the City of Chicago residents on key issues such as gun ownership, abortion, immigration and other policy issues.”

Such a push would be required to have considerable political muscle, and the resolution itself is only a statement of support for the push, not laws that would work, really a new state. It would need to pass both the state legislature and approved by the Congress so that it may be a longshot proposition.

Fox News’ Adam Shaw contributed to this report.

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