Tuesday, August 21, 2012

Prosecutors: 2nd Amendment trumps Illinois state law

Prosecutors in two Illinois counties reportedly say they will not prosecute people on gun charges if those charges are in conflict with the U.S. Second Amendment. One of them is even reported to be circulating a petition urging the Illinois legislature to opt concealed carry. Illinois is the only state in the country that currently bans all concealed carry except for public officials or law enforcement officers.

Another report said one of the prosecutors planned to make a formal announcement on Monday. But so far, I don't see any reporting that he did.

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