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Old February 28, 2013, 11:02 PM   #19
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As I have been told by those who really study these rulings, the judge could refuse the new law as written and constitutional carry would be here.
The judge is not part of the legislature, he doesn't give the thumbs up or thumbs down to new Illinois gun laws.

The court only looks at the cases before it.

Theoretically Illinois could pass more unconstitutional gun laws, and unless they were challenged - CA7 would never even see them.

It seems that the antis in Illinois are willing to gamble that shall issue, good cause and big administrative fees are going to be constitutional.

Illinois might adopt a law and see Kachalsky or Woolard eventually make their new law unconstitutional, but CA7 won't see it until someone challenges it.
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