72 Hour Waiting Period

Three Day Waits for Guns to Become Illinois State Law

Link to original article for NPR Illinois by Sam Dunklau is hereDecember 27th, 2018 The ongoing series of mass shootings across the country prompted Illinois lawmakers to pass a number of measures in 2018 aimed at preventing such tragedies. One of those is taking effect on January 1st. Anyone in a hurry to buy a gun from an Illinois retailer will have to pause, starting…

Spotlight on New State Laws: All firearms purchases

Link to original article in the Champaign News-Gazette hereWritten by Anthony Zilis 12/26/2018 With the new year just about here, News-Gazette Media’s ANTHONY ZILIS this week will spotlight four of the 200-plus of laws set to change statewide in 2019. FIRST UP: SB 3256, which mandates a 72-hour waiting period for all firearm purchases. WHAT…

Statement on Governor Rauner’s Amendatory Veto

Statement… from State Representative Jonathan Carroll FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR MORE INFORMATION: May 16, 2018 State Rep. Jonathan Carroll repjonathancarroll.com [email protected] 847-229-5499 facebook.com/RepCarroll Carroll Files Motion to Accept Governor Rauner’s Amendatory Veto SPRINGFIELD, Ill. – State Rep. Jonathan Carroll, D-Buffalo Grove, filed a motion Wednesday to accept Gov. Bruce Rauner’s changes to Carroll’s legislation limiting…
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Press Release: HB1468

Statement… from State Representative Jonathan Carroll FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR MORE INFORMATION: May 14, 2018 State Rep. Jonathan Carroll repjonathancarroll.com [email protected] 847-229-5499 facebook.com/RepCarroll Carroll Responds to Governor’s Veto of Legislation to Increase Waiting Time to 72 Hours to Purchase Assault Weapons BUFFALO GROVE, Ill. – State Rep. Jonathan Carroll, D-Buffalo Grove, issued the following statement…
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