Federal Court Throws Out Illinois Conceal Carry Law

A federal appeals court in Chicago has thrown out Illinois’ law against concealed weapons, concluding that there is a Second Amendment right for citizens to carry weapons on the street for self-defense.

Read William Freivogel’s report for the St. Louis Beacon.

Read the report from Rachel Lippmann at St. Louis Public Radio.

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