Illinois legislators are working to replace the state’s eavesdropping law.
The Illinois Supreme Court struck down the law in March making it even legal to record audio of someone without asking permission.
The old law said that it was a crime even to record in public.
One measure did pass the Senate on the last day of the legislature's spring session, but did not get a vote in the House.
That law might still have a chance of passing during the fall veto session.