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September 22, 2014, 5:19 pm
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Quinn, Cullerton Vow To Stop Concealed Carry Bill ''In Its Tracks''


Governor Pat Quinn says the compromise concealed carry bill that easily passed the House Friday is “wrong for Illinois,” and Quinn vows to work with the Senate to, in his words, stop the bill in its tracks. 

 

Quinn and Senate President John Cullerton object to provisions in the bill that eliminate local gun regulations, like Chicago’s assault weapons ban.

 

The measure overwhelmingly passed the House Friday on a vote of 80-35.

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