In support of concealed weapons
PRINCETON — The Bureau County Board has made its decision to unanimously support a resolution in favor of concealed weapon legislation in Illinois.
At Thursday’s meeting, board member Robin Rediger presented a concealed weapon resolution for the third month in a row for board consideration. In an adjustment from previous resolutions, Thursday’s resolution did not address any specific House or Senate bills, but rather was a more general statement in support of the Family and Personal Protection Act. Thursday’s resolution also requested the Bureau County Sheriff’s Department be able to retain some of the application fees for the county, if the sheriff’s department is the agency handling the application process.
The resolution stated, in part, the right of people to keep and bear arms is guaranteed as an individual right under the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and under the Illinois Constitution. The 49 other states in the country have already enacted legislation to allow their citizens to carry concealed firemans.
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