Residents who qualify may soon be allowed to carry concealed weapons in the state of Illinois. A federal appeals court ruled the current state ban on carrying weapons is unconstitutional and violates the second amendment. Judges gave the state legislature a deadline: Come up with a concealed carry law in 180 days. Steve Schwinn, a professor at The John Marshall Law School, explains the implications.
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