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Old December 11, 2012, 03:52 PM   #205
mack59
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The opinion took to task the 2nd districts reasonable may issue restrictions. So this decision is very much at odds with other districts. It creates a clear split in the circuits. Illinois has 180 days to write a law- and the clear majority in both house and senate are pro-ccw. Illinois had a decent shall issue ccw proposal that was just shy of the 2/3 majority before this decision and the pro-ccw legislators are now anticipating drafting and passing an even less restrictive shall issue ccw law. Unless a conservative judge is replaced on the USSC before the issue comes before the court- which I now see as likely given the split- I do not see this decision being overturned and shall issue will be the law of the land.
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