Illinois Now Accepting FOID Applications OnlineSomething that could only be done through snail mail until now.
Ill. Gov. Quinn Expected To Sign Concealed Carry Law TodayA 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.
Randolph County State's Attorney Will Allow Concealed CarryThe 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.
Illinois FOID Card Under FireThe firearm owners’ identification card is what McCann calls a compromise from a previous General Assembly. He also calls it redundant and unconstitutional.
Judge Rules in Favor of Gun Owners in FOID CaseThe ruling bars the state police from releasing the names of 1.3 million gun owners.
Update: Gov. Quinn Agrees Gun Information Should be PrivateHe says he will review the legislation and ``act accordingly.''
Illinois' Concealed Carry Bill Making ProgressIn early April he said he was three to four votes shy of the necessary 71 votes. Not much has changed since then.
House Passes Legislation Banning Release of Gun Permit Info The House approved the bill 98-12 Friday. It now heads to the Senate.
Illinois' Amish Concerned Over New Gun LawIllinois Amish have been allowed to forego placing their photographs on FOID cards and other mandatory IDs. Illinois State Police Director Jonathon Monken decided that policy should be changed.

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