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Illinois governor amends concealed carry gun legislation

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Calling it a "flawed bill with serious safety problems," Gov. Pat Quinn changed a concealed carry measure Tuesday to impose a one-gun limit on the number of firearms that a person can carry and ban them entirely from establishments where alcohol is served.

The Democratic governor used his amendatory veto power to tweak the legislation sent to him after months of debate and negotiation over the measure.

Read more: Quad City Times.com

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