Illinois: Mandatory Minimum Bill to be Voted on as Early as Today

| November 6, 2013

Illinois: Mandatory Minimum Bill to be Voted on as Early as Today

Recently, Illinois legislators were poised to pass a bill including language that would impose harsh mandatory minimum sentences on otherwise law-abiding citizens for a victimless crime.  However, thanks to the vigilant efforts of NRA members and gun owners across Illinois, a revised version of this legislation that focuses on penalties for repeat offenders and gang members could be voted on as early as today.

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Originally posted at http://www.nraila.org/

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