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Cook County guns and ammo tax, struck down by Illinois Supreme Court, is back on the books for now after Thursday board vote

by staff

Boxes of ammunition line the shelves of a gun shop in Tinley Park in 2012, as Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle was proposing a tax on ammunition that was eventually enacted but this year struck down by the Illinois Supreme Court. (M. Spencer Green/AP)

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