Taking aim at concealed carry
PRINCETON — The Bureau County Board is again wrestling with just what kind of resolution they want to sign in support of concealed weapon legislation in Illinois.
At Tuesday’s meeting, board member Robin Rediger presented information on six concealed carry bills currently being considered by Springfield legislators. The House bill which he had presented at the February board meeting is now dead, but the other six bills, three in the Senate and three in the House, still have legs, Rediger said.
In his reading of the current bills, the primary difference between them is how much money will be charged as the license application fee and which agency or agencies will get that money. For instance, one bill would give all of license application fee to the Illinois State Police, while another bill would keep a portion of the application fee for the local sheriff’s department, he said.
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