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Illinois Secretary of State Jesse White plans to visit Illinois colleges next month to speak to young people about the consequences of using fake IDs to illegally buy alcohol or patronize bars.

While speaking during a Tuesday City Club of Chicago event, White stressed the importance of raising awareness about the penalties for minors caught with a fake ID. The charges related to fake ID use can include fraud and identity theft, crimes carrying penalties that include community service and up to three years in prison, White explained.


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