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Illinois governor Pat Quinn using his -- power and changing the state concealed carry measure to limit the number of guns and bullets people can carry.
We have clarified.
This provision of the law in limited to one gun in one ammunition clip that holds no more than ten rounds -- -- ammunition.
The -- and also banned guns from places where alcohol served there are serious flaws.
In this bill.
That jeopardized public safety of the people of Illinois.
And therefore I've used my power.
Under the constitution of our state to make important changes common sense changes.
To protect the safety of our people.
This comes as Illinois faces a July ninth deadline for legalizing concealed carry back in December a federal appeals court ruled it is unconstitutional.
For the state to prohibit the public possession.
Of concealed firearms the state legislature spent months to negotiate the original bill.
Many Illinois lawmakers criticizing governor Quinn's move saying he ignored the will of the people.
Gun control has become one of the top issues in many states following recent mass shooting.
A gunman killed twenty young children and six adults at an elementary school in Connecticut.
Parts of the State's tough new gun law took effect yesterday.
Now Illinois legislators must decide whether to reject governor Quinn's changes to the legislation before the July ninth deadline.
In Chicago Mike Tobin Fox News.
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