Illinois State Police began accepting concealed-carry permit applications at the beginning of January 2014, post Illinois becoming the last state in the country to allow carrying concealed firearms.
Few months prior to those permit applications were accepted, local fire departments were looking at the law and considering the changes it would mean for first responders. It would be a violation of the law for a first responder to take possession of a firearm if they do not possess a FOID (Firearm Owner Identification Card) card.
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Illinois State Police began accepting concealed-carry permit applications at the beginning of January 2014,…
by Personal Defense World / Feb 7, 2014