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FOID overhaul moves forward despite constitutional concerns FOID overhaul moves forward despite constitutional concerns

FOID overhaul moves forward despite constitutional concerns

A bill that would strengthen the state’s Firearm Owner’s Identification Act to better recover guns from people who’ve had their card revoked or suspended passed the Illinois House in a 62-52 vote Wednesday. Senate Bill 1966 would mandate fingerprinting and background checks for card holders.
Bill to stop some driver’s license suspensions put on hold Bill to stop some driver’s license suspensions put on hold

Bill to stop some driver’s license suspensions put on hold

Several lawmakers on Tuesday promoted legislation that would make the Illinois secretary of state reinstate licenses to people who have committed a number of violations, including not paying parking fines, that don’t deal with driving. Passage before the end of session this week isn't likely, however, said the bill's House sponsor.
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