Illinois, Only State Without Concealed Carry, Debates the Issue

The Democratic-led majority in the Illinois House voted in favor of banning guns in schools, casinos and on public transit during an unusual debate allowing lawmakers to vote piece by piece on where people should be allowed to carry concealed weapons.
February 27, 2013

The Democratic-led majority in the Illinois House voted in favor of banning guns in schools, casinos and on public transit during an unusual debate allowing lawmakers to vote piece by piece on where people should be allowed to carry concealed weapons.

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