By Tom Knighton
In most states, if a bill is vetoed in one session of the legislature, and then gets reintroduced in another, it has to go through the whole process again. It’s treated as a brand new bill and for good reason. The old bill is dead as a doornail, after all.
But when it comes to anti-gun bills, Illinois gun grabbers aren’t above trying to bypass the normal process and skip the parts where they might just lose.
A controversial gun law Illinois Governor Rauner struck down could be making a comeback sooner than expected.
Usually with a new General Assembly, you have to start the bill making process over from scratch.
But if bill supporters get their way– they’d be able to send it straight to governor elect Pritzker.
One gun control measure that ignited massive protests at the capitol, may quietly become law.
“The sooner we can put it into effect and have the results that we’re actually going to save lives that much better.”
Supporters of the gun dealer licensing bill are hoping to hurry the plan through to governor elect JB Pritzker’s desk without another vote.
Governor Rauner vetoed the controversial plan last year. It places new fees and safety rules on …Read the Rest
Source:: Bearing Arms