Concealed carry moving forward slowly in Illinois
It seems to me that proponents of the bill would like to see it defeated and have a judge write it up.
Having been ordered by a federal court to institute a concealed carry system for gun owners in Illinois, the state Legislature today has started debating a bill that would do just that – but with dozens of restrictions.
House floor debate is underway over the concealed carry bill, HB1155 – or rather, over the first of 27 different amendments attached to the bill, most of them seeking to restrict carrying weapons in places like government buildings, hospitals, museums, amusement parks and on public transportation. . . .