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Chicago Tribune
Concealed carry laws are a useless weapon against church shootingsher to church, she told me, she could have at least had a chance to defend hers
Chicago Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
her to church, she told me, she could have at least had a chance to defend herself. Her case — Mary E. Shepard and the Illinois State Rifle Association v. Lisa M. Madigan — convinced a federal appeals court to strike down the last state statute... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Illinois House rejects ban on firearm bump stocksyou’re turning law abiding citizens into criminals,” said Rep. C.D. Davidsmeyer
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 23 days ago
you’re turning law abiding citizens into criminals,” said Rep. C.D. Davidsmeyer, R-Jacksonville. A representative from the Illinois State Rifle Association testified earlier this week that the organization would support a separate bill that only... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Illinois House rejects 'bump stock' banRep. Barbara Wheeler, R-Crystal Lake, that would only ban bump stocks, not othe
Chicago Tribune / Posted 23 days ago
Rep. Barbara Wheeler, R-Crystal Lake, that would only ban bump stocks, not other devices. That bill has the support of the Illinois State Rifle Association. “The language in the actual bill matters,” said Rep. Mark Batinick, R-Plainfield. “If you... Read more
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WGN TV Chicago
Ill. House panel OKs bump stock ban; critics cry ‘overreach’for people to take advantage of weaker laws in neighboring states and import th
WGN TV Chicago / Posted 25 days ago
for people to take advantage of weaker laws in neighboring states and import them, thereby endangering Illinois." The Illinois State Rifle Association opposes Moylan's proposal, too, citing the restriction on law-abiding sport-shooters. But it... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Illinois House committee approves ban on 'bump stocks'action came on the first day of the Legislature's fall veto session. Lobbyists
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
action came on the first day of the Legislature's fall veto session. Lobbyists for the National Rifle Association and the Illinois State Rifle Association said their organizations opposed Moylan's HB 4117. NRA lobbyist Todd Vandermyde claimed... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Illinois Democrats advance ban on 'bump stocks'; Republicans call the effort too broadto bump stocks, not other devices. That measure, sponsored by Rep. Barbara Whee
Chicago Tribune / Posted 25 days ago
to bump stocks, not other devices. That measure, sponsored by Rep. Barbara Wheeler, R-Crystal Lake, has the backing of the Illinois State Rifle Association. Wheeler contended Democrats’ bill “muddied the water,” noting that it would also require... Read more
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The Telegraph
Illinois House panel OKs bump stock ban; critics cry ‘overreach’for people to take advantage of weaker laws in neighboring states and import th
The Telegraph / Posted 25 days ago
for people to take advantage of weaker laws in neighboring states and import them, thereby endangering Illinois.” The Illinois State Rifle Association opposes Moylan’s proposal, too, citing the restriction on law-abiding sport-shooters. But it... Read more
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The Journal-Standard
Illinois House panel approves bump stock banto what took place in Las Vegas, but the net result is criminalizing a lot of (
The Journal-Standard / Posted 25 days ago
to what took place in Las Vegas, but the net result is criminalizing a lot of (gun owners).” Ed Sullivan, representing the Illinois State Rifle Association, also opposed Moylan’s bill. However, he said the state association would support... Read more
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Peoria Journal Star
Illinois House panel approves bump stock ban; Senate overrides Rauner vetoto what took place in Las Vegas, but the net result is criminalizing a lot of (
Peoria Journal Star / Posted 25 days ago
to what took place in Las Vegas, but the net result is criminalizing a lot of (gun owners).” Ed Sullivan, representing the Illinois State Rifle Association, also opposed Moylan’s bill. However, he said the state association would support... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Illinois lawmakers scheduled to consider assault weapons ban todaytougher gun laws. “You don’t need assault rifles and .50 caliber rifles to go h
Chicago Tribune / Posted 26 days ago
tougher gun laws. “You don’t need assault rifles and .50 caliber rifles to go hunting.” In a bulletin to gun owners, the Illinois State Rifle Association called Moylan a “political opportunist” who is using the Las Vegas shooting as an “excuse to... Read more

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