3 Counties now allow Conceal Carry-McLean?

From: Illinois Review:  http://tinyurl.com/jvz3crz


PEORIA – If you’re in Tazewell County, State’s Attorney Stewart Umholtz announced Friday he’s allowing you the right-to-carry so long denied to Illinois citizens statewide. All you need is a Firearm Owners’ ID, required for any gun purchase in Illinois.

“A citizen who wishes to exercise their Second Amendment right to carry a firearm outside of the home for self-defense should not be placed in the situation where they fear prosecution if they exercise a Constitutional Right,” the prosecutor said in a news release.

Tazewell County makes the third county allowing the right to carry.Madison and Randolph Counties enacted a similar policy earlier this week, with specific regulations guiding law enforcement.

A federal court ruling directed the state to enact a right-to-carry law by June 9th. Since then the US 7th District Court of Appeals granted Governor Quinn an additional 30 days to review consensus right to carry legislation the Illinois General Assembly passed to his desk hours before the May 31st adjournment.

3 thoughts on “3 Counties now allow Conceal Carry-McLean?

  1. This is the best way to defeat the 2nd Amendment hating Chicago Commies! There is 102 counties in Illinois and wouldn’t it be great if we could see ALL of the county States Attorney’s give the honest citizens of Illinois right to concealed carry!

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