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Illinois Lawmakers Poised to Override Quinn’s Gun Bill

For days, Quinn has been pushing for alterations to a bill that would end Illinois’ status as the last state in the nation to ban the concealed carry of weapons in public.


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Illinois Governor Expects ‘Showdown’ On Concealed Carry Bill

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn says he predicts a “showdown” over his proposed changes to a concealed carry bill.


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Quinn Changes Illinois Concealed Carry Legislation

The Democratic governor used his amendatory veto power to tweak the legislation sent to him after months of debate and negotiation over the measure.


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Ill. Gov. Quinn Expected To Sign Concealed Carry Law Today

A spokesperson for Quinn’s office will only say that he will “act in the interest of public safety” but the bill’s sponsor is concerned.



Illinois Governor Says Concealed Carry Decision is ‘Imminent’

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn says he will a make a decision whether to a sign a concealed carry bill soon, while the July 9 deadline to legalize the carry of weapons approaches.


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No Decision Yet on Concealed Carry Bill

Three weeks after the Illinois legislature gave the governor a bill allowing people to carry a concealed weapon, there’s no decision.


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Ill. Senators Want Gov. Quinn’s Gun Verdict

The plea signed by 23 Democrats, including Senate President John Cullerton, said Quinn should “make his intentions known” so lawmakers have time to react before a July 9 court-ordered deadline for implementing a plan.


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Madigan Seeks 2nd Delay on Illinois Gun Plan

The second 30-day extension would allow Madigan’s busy staff to continue researching the issues that could be part of a possible appeal.


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Tazewell County Prosecutor In Favor Of Concealed Carry

Tazewell County prosecutor Stewart Umholtz will not prosecute concealed carry.


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Randolph County State’s Attorney Will Allow Concealed Carry

The decisions by some legal officials in Illinois come in the wake of a U.S. Court of Appeals decision that requires Illinois lawmakers to create concealed-carry legislation awaiting Gov. Quinn’s signature.





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