Illinois Representative Jonathan Carroll: ‘We haven’t seen in hockey the major outbreaks that we’ve seen in other areas’ and other reasons why it should resume

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Rep. Jonathan Carrol, D-Northbrook, sponsor of legislation to extend the waiting period of assault-style weapons to 72 hours, which Gov. Bruce Rauner changed with an amendatory veto, testifies before the Illinois House Judiciary-Criminal Committee on†Wednesday, May 23, 2018 in Springfield, Ill. (AP Photo/John O’Connor)

Illinois Representative Jonathan Carroll joins Steve Bertrand to explain his letter to the governor imploring that youth hockey resume. He makes the case that each level of competitiveness can impact the level of risk of COVID transmission, along with the amount of protection worn during the games.

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