This week, Illinois became the 50th state to enact concealed-carry legislation. The Illinois law allows concealed guns on private property and places of work and worship unless property owners post signage that indicates otherwise; it prohibits guns in schools, parks, child-care facilities, government buildings, public transportation and establishments where the majority of revenue comes from alcohol sales, among other places. The big picture: It is now perfectly legal to carry a concealed firearm in public everywhere in the country except for Washington, D.C.
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This week, Illinois became the 50th state to enact concealed-carry legislation. The Illinois law…
by Personal Defense World / Jul 12, 2013