Illinois State Representative Bill Mitchell wants to relax some of the requirements for the new Illinois concealed carry law that is set to go into effect next year.
Mitchell said he thinks that, as the law stands now, residents seeking licenses will have to undergo too much training and will have to pay too much in order to obtain a permit to carry loaded firearms in public.
These suggested changes come less than a month after the General Assembly overrode Governor Pat Quinn’s amendment to veto the new concealed carry law.
Read more at Quad-City Times.
Illinois State Representative Bill Mitchell wants to relax some of the requirements for the new…
by Personal Defense World / Aug 19, 2013