‘Pidgey’s Law’ would help remove problem Pokemon Go stops

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Rep. Kelly Cassidy, who lives on the Far North Side, said she's introducing a bill that would make it easier for property owners to get game stops removed. (Linze Rice / DNAinfo)

ROGERS PARK — Go away, Pokemon Go.

So says a state lawmaker who is introducing legislation to force the developer of the widely popular game to remove a stop that has resulted in players trampling a protected area of the Rogers Park lakefront.

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State Rep. Kelly Cassidy has introduced “Pidgey’s Law” to help protect vulnerable properties and hold game developers more accountable after Pokemon Go developers failed to remove a game stop from Loyola Dunes.

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