Pepper spray is legal in Chicago, as well as all of the other cities in Illinois. Pepper spray is defined under state law 720 Ill Comp. Stat. 5/24-1(2008). More »

Any person age 18 or over in the state of New York can legally possess pepper spray or another self-defense spray device. It must be purchased in person from a licensed firearm retailer, and the seller must keep a record... More »

There are different ways of washing off pepper spray, most of which are largely dependent on the area from which it is being removed. If pepper spray gets into the eyes, it should immediately be flushed with cold running... More »

Any person age 18 or over in the state of New York can legally possess pepper spray or another self-defense spray device. It must be purchased in person from a licensed firearm retailer, and the seller must keep a record... More »

Chicago is in Cook County, Illinois. The Illinois General Assembly created the county on Jan. 15, 1831. The county seat was what was then Fort Dearborn. It would later become Chicago. Cook County was named after Congress... More »

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Search for help-wanted ads in Chicago, Illinois, by checking on job listing and employment sites such as HelpWanted.com, SimplyHired.com and Craiglist.org, as of 2015. Also, check the classifieds section of local newspap... More »

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Some well-known banks in Chicago, Illinois, include JPMorgan Chase & Co., BMO Harris Bank and LaSalle Bank, which was purchased by Bank of America. These three financial institutions are considered to be leaders in the c... More »

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