Illinois House of Representatives Expected to Vote Soon on Right to Carry Bill HB148

Illinois House of Representatives Expected to Vote Soon on Right to Carry Bill HB148

IllinoisCarry.com

Springfield, Il, -(Ammoland.com)- Illinois state representatives return to Springfield Tuesday, April 26 and many believe a vote on Right to Carry bill HB148 is imminent.

It is urgent that you call your state representative and firmly but politely ask them to support your right to protect yourself and your family. Urge them to vote YES on HB148.

Every single vote will be critical for passage of the bill and it is common knowledge that legislators in the northeast portion of the state tend to oppose this legislation.

If you live in the northeast part of the state, this call to action is especially important. If you have family or friends living in that area, please call them and urge them to contact their legislator.
Need help finding your state representative?
Go to Illinois State Board of Elections or call 217-782-2000

Get more information on Illinois Right to Carry Bill HB148

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  • One thought on “Illinois House of Representatives Expected to Vote Soon on Right to Carry Bill HB148

    1. The ban on concealed carry in Illinois also violates the 14th Amendment: A citizen of a state shall be entitled to all the rights and priveleges of citizens of the several states. Also, the very foundation of democracy is majority rules(66-2/3%). 40 out of 50 states it is not hard to get a ccw permit. 80% is not merely a majority, it’s a mandate!

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